‘Feminist’ comedian blasts Donald Trump’s attacks on women

LOS ANGELES — Comedian and Black Lives Matter activist Louis C.K. is calling for a more progressive tone in the political discourse, and calling out Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for his “war on women” comments.CK, who has worked as a surrogate for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, on Monday launched a new political platform, called Louis C, C-K’s Campaign, in which he outlines his own agenda for the Democratic Party, including his belief that it is time for a broader, more inclusive approach to the issues of race, gender, and other issues facing the country.

“The election of Donald Trump is the first step toward the destruction of the feminist movement,” he said in a video statement released Monday night.

“In his victory speech, Trump spoke of women as disposable, and as objects to be exploited and discarded.

Women are the ones who need to be respected and protected.”

Trump has called for a “complete and total shutdown of Muslims entering the United States,” as well as other controversial statements, including that he would “open up” the country to refugees fleeing the Middle East.

He also recently tweeted that he was open to allowing Muslim immigrants into the country after he leaves office.

C-K, however, is critical of those policies, and has repeatedly called on the Democratic party to move away from those policies.

He was one of the first to call for a boycott of Donald J. Trump for the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Trump has repeatedly criticized the comedian for his role in the 2016 Democratic National Convention and for the DNC’s handling of the convention.

Trump, in a series of tweets Monday, suggested that C-CK had been harassed by members of the press.

“If the Democratic National Committee were in my shoes, I would not have allowed myself to be there,” he tweeted.

“I would not allow myself to attend.”

C-Cks tweets on the issue of sexism are widely seen as part of a broader campaign to discredit his work as a comedian, which has included a campaign to boycott his upcoming stand-up tour.

Trump on Monday called the backlash against his campaign “an act of terror,” and tweeted that CK’s campaign “will not be allowed to succeed.”

“I don’t think that’s good for our country.

We don’t want terrorists in this country.

And we want our country to be a safe place,” he told ABC News.

“We are all in this together.”