She also hit Trump over the comments he made the 2005 tape about women.
Hillary Clinton, who is up 11 points over Trump in a new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll, drew one of the largest crowds of her campaign yesterday in an appearance before 18,500 at Ohio State.
The brash real estate tycoon positioned three women in front-row seats in the debate hall late Sunday who alleged that Hillary Clinton disparaged them for claiming that her husband, former President Bill Clinton, had made unwanted sexual advances toward them two decades ago. "He was a predator", said Trump in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, on his return to the campaign trail after a pause over the weekend and the scandal that erupted with the release of a 2005 videotape on which the mogul is heard making lewd and sexist comments about women, Efe news reported.
As a woman, she was "floored" by Trump's comments, and disgusted that others would seek to justify them, said Chase, a registered Republican who said she is now backing Clinton.
But Trump responded after the call by tweeting: "Paul Ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste his time on fighting Republican nominee".
Clinton's central message, he said, has been that "everyone has to step up and stop Donald Trump from being president, not step up and make Hillary Clinton president".
"Friends don't let friends vote for Trump", Hillary Clinton said.
In the four-way average, which includes Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein, Clinton went from holding a 3.2-point lead to a 5-point lead, which peaked at 5.2 points on Monday.
But before it began, Trump lobbed another bomb created to change the subject to the Clintons' alleged treatment of women.
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During the week he was OK and then all these things around the press conferences, whether it affects him or not, I don't think so. Vettel and Raikkonen were fourth and fifth respectively, with Ricciardo, the victor in Malaysia last weekend, a distant sixth.
If Trump is unable to narrow the gender gap, he will be unable to overcome Clinton's lead in the polls.
Not all undecided women voters contacted by Reuters came out against Trump.
Shelton was 12 years old when she accused 41-year-old Thomas Alfred Taylor of rape. He said the candidate had to be contrite and apologetic.
And it had many people asking: Can Trump still win the election?
Clinton said: "That is just a really weak excuse for behaving badly and mistreating people".
"I'd prefer not to vote for either of them, really", Fryzelka said. With her lead growing, that task grows more hard. "I don't think there's any comparison". "I don't believe he's got a conscience".
Embattled White House hopeful Donald Trump lashed out at "disloyal" Republicans in a ranting tweetstorm Tuesday, saying they are to blame if his faltering campaign comes up short.
"He's not a good role model for kids", she said.