What did Donald Trump say thatset off the chairman of his own party? He wasboasting:“And when you’re a star they let you do it.” Trump added. “You can do anything.Grab them by the p---y.”

In language unheard of in a political campaign, the chairman of the Partycondemns its own candidatefor President of the United States. TheRepublican National Committee chairman, Reince Priebus, said of remarks made byDonald Trumpmore than ten years ago:“No woman should ever be described in these terms or talked about in this manner.

Ever.”

Paul Ryan ‘sickened’ cancels event

Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan, upon learning of the remarks said"I am sickened", called on Trump to show respect for women, but promptly cancelled a joint appearance on Saturday with Trump at the Wisconsin 1st District GOP Fall Fest at the Walworth County Fairgrounds. MittRomney, a critic of Trump and the 2012 Republican nominee, said the comments, "Hitting on married women? Condoning assault? Such vile degradations demean our wives and daughters and corrupt America's face to the world.”

In the only official comments from the Trump campaign, as is typical, blamed someone else.

In this case, Trump said in his statement on the video that Bill Clinton said much worse to me on the golf course. That won't help this time given the universal condemnations pouring in.

Trump under siege with 'October Shocker'

The campaign of Donald Trump is under siege in what cannot be termed as an "October Surprise" but an "October Shocker." even for Donald Trump. In a shocking video recording captured on a "hot mic"during a 2005 conversation, Trump boasts to Billy Bush, then of television program Access Hollywood, about his powerful sexual prowess and vividly describes where he grabs women.

Trump and Bush were arriving on a bus, with the show's name of Access Hollywood written acrossthe side of the bus, preparing to tape a segment of “Days of Our Lives” for acameo appearance on the popular soap opera.

No comment from Clinton campaign

Democrats seized on the comments, first reported in the Washington Post, to renew their arguments that Trump is sexist and unfit to be president, while even many members of his own party said they could not defend them.

As of press time, the Clinton campaign has not sent out apress release, not a coordinated tweet from the campaign or with surrogates, no mass circulation of the original story, or even a fundraising email. The story speaks loudly enough for itself.

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