"Everybody who supports Donald Trump, especially GOP candidates and office holders need to be asked, 'Do you think he's qualified to be president and do you still support him?'" As of this writing, neither Donald nor Melania Trump have posted or addressed this statement on Twitter or Facebook. Not only did Trump brag about making unwanted sexual advances on women (grabbing them "by the p***y"), he said that he had tried to put the moves on a married woman. The audio was published by The Washington Post on Friday. This despite the fact that plenty of other people have similar stories of Trump being just as aggressive or lewd and the fact that he was almost 60 years old when he said "grab them by the pussy". "You can do anything", the multimillionaire said at a certain moment on the tape.
The lewd comments from Trump led the former Apprentice boss to issue his first apology of his campaign for the presidency.
"Mr. Trump's attempt to dismiss his past behavior as "locker room banter" or comparisons to Bill Clinton's indiscretions, is no excuse for such language".
"I never said that I'm a flawless person".
However, people is not that convinced about the "sincerity" shown by Trump. The audience could reach up to 90 million viewers.
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He did not respond to specific questions about Trump's recent suggestion that Hillary Clinton also was not "loyal" to her husband. Clinton criticized the Affordable Care Act on Monday calling it, "the craziest thing in the world".
"This is horrific. We can not allow this man to become president", Clinton tweeted.
Congressman Mark Walker said he is "deeply troubled by the vile comments" that Donald Trump made about women in 2005.
The backlash came even as Trump's immediate family hoped that people would accept the apology of the real estate mogul, who is now facing the prospect of a humiliating defeat in the November 8 general elections.
So that rumor you may have seen about Melania Trump supporting Hillary Clinton? Image credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images.
However, Trump on Saturday said that he will "never withdraw" and, in several interviews and tweets, seemed unfazed by the controversy.