Some of Donald Trump’s most insulting comments about women


“I said it. I was wrong, and I apologize”.

“I think people are going to make their own minds up”. He said he had met with his advisers and family Friday night at Trump Tower, his campaign headquarters, and agreed to record a video response.

The recording was part of a Trump appearance on Access Hollywood 11 years ago to coincide with his guest appearance on Days of Our Lives.

Schimel spoke at a Republican rally Saturday that originally was to be headlined by Trump.

Many have abandoned the NY billionaire and said they would not vote for him, slamming Trump over the remarks.

Christine Quinn, the vice chair of the New York State Democratic Committee, called on Dadey and other Trump supporters, including New York Republican Chairman Ed Cox and former gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino, to “disavow and dis-endorse Donald Trump now”.

And the responses to Trump’s comments don’t end there.

Byrne says Trump should step aside and let his running mate, Mike Pence, lead the Republican ticket for the four weeks left until Election Day.

In public, Pence initially ignored questions shouted by reporters in Rossford, Ohio, where he was campaigning with his daughter.

Obama was reacting to lewd comments Trump made in 2005, when he was caught on camera boasting how he can grope women by the genitals because he is a “star”. But then Pence cancelled, too. Scott Walker and Wisconsin Sen.

A number of Congressmen and Senators yesterday announced that they were withdrawing their endorsement of Trump. Trump was uninvited from the event. Right now, Syria is fighting ISIS, ‘ Trump responded.

Stanley says the comments show Trump is a “real human”.

It was unclear whether Pence would attend a private fundraiser in Rhode Island later Saturday.

‘While I may not be able to moderate a debate, sounds like Mike Pence and Donald Trump might need to come on my show to talk things out, ‘ Jerry tweeted.

Several leading Republicans have withdrawn their support or called for him to drop out of the race.

In the process of trying to have it both ways, however, Ryan has arrived at a position that is even harder to figure out than where Sen.

According to a person on the call, Ryan will spend all his time and energy preserving the House majority, rather than campaigning with Trump.

The performance highlighted the gulf in political sophistication between Trump and his running mate.

Trump told the Washington Post Saturday that he won’t withdraw from the race.

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