Gretchen's Take: How will Hillary handle the women problem?

One of Hillary Clinton's most important talking points has been her ability to say she would be the first female President of the United States and that "women" would be a key focus in her presidency. However, I don't think she or President Bill Clinton expected Donald Trump to be so up front in bringing up Bill's past indiscretions with women, and how that would confound Mrs. Clinton's ability to continue with her "always supporting women" platform.

The Clinton's are now being forced to call in the heavy hitters to try and bolster her campaign like, Senator Cory Booker of new jersey, Lena Dunham of “Girls”, and pop singer Katy Perry.
On the campaign trail, Bill Clinton's being forced to admit that things are a lot closer between Sanders and his wife than he ever expected.

The bigger issue will be, how does Hillary Clinton get around her old but new women problem? How could she two decades ago say the women who had relationships with her husband were "bimbo eruptions"?, yet now be a supporter of all women? Donald Trump had no qualms about saying, "She's not a victim. She was an enabler." Even if Trump's not the Republican presidential nominee, the women issue will be a major conundrum for Mrs. Clinton.