A list of Trump's attacks on prominent women

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President Trump has been boasting to aides that he plans on replacing a total of four justices on the Supreme Court, according to reporting by Axios' Jonathan Swan. Trump has singled out two of the three female justices, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Justice Sonia Sotomayor, for their perceived health issues.

Why it matters: This isn't the first time Trump has insulted or attacked prominent females, including reporters, political opponents, models and celebrities. And his most recent comments about Supreme Court justices come right in the middle of Harvey Weinstein's scandal involving allegations of sexual harassment and assault toward women.