“Donald Trump spent his time attacking when he should have been apologising”, said Ms Clinton in MI, referring to the recent release of a 2005 video in which Mr Trump can be heard boasting about “grabbing” women “by the p****”, comments the mogul repeatedly dismissed at Sunday’s debate as simply “locker room talk”. “Bring him over here”.
Trump had a tumultous weekend after the release of a video from 2005 in which he bragged in vulgar terms about groping, kissing and attempting to have sex with a married woman during a conversation caught on a hot microphone.
While speaking to a crowd of about 8,000 people in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., the Republican nominee said the news network was “a disgrace” as he ranted about the “dishonest media”.
When then-“Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush chimed in with, “Whatever you want”, Mr. Trump said, “grab them by the p-y”. Prior to the start, an announcer urged supporters not to harm protesters – as Trump crowds have done at other venues.
An aide handed the boy who had Trump-like hair and was dressed in a black suit with a red tie and a large “vote” button over to Trump.
Trump went on to ask the kid his name, to which the child replied “Name” and when Trump asked the boy if he was having a good night, the boy said “Night”. “We wanted to show some positiveness”.
Clinton’s focus on families came as her campaign grappled with newly leaked emails shedding more light on the interplay among the former secretary of state’s family, her husband’s business relationships and her presidential ambitions. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has repeatedly cited Trump’s comments about the Khan family as evidence that he lacks the temperament to be president.
“And if you go through this line you might find two people who didn’t say the same thing”.
Not that his campaign was tripping over itself trying to be kind to Democrat Hillary Clinton before Sunday night’s debate.
Barletta said Clinton favors open trade and open borders, “everything most Americans are against”. He said the candidate had to be contrite and apologetic.
Trump vowed to win Pennsylvania, where polls – conducted before the Access Hollywood tape and Sunday’s debate – show him down 4 to 10 percentage points.
“Even the polls are crooked”, he said, getting a loud cheer from the crowd. “People are exhausted of the status quo”.
“It’s time for a change”, Giuliani said.
“We might have had differences and we had a lot of debate, but we believed that we could make the country better and I was proud of that”, Clinton said. I think he was nervous: “He’s never been in this ring before”.
“He will be fair to small businesses and ease all the regulations”, Sorber said. Since the controversy, Trump has, at times, mentioned that a fire marshal would not let more people into his events.
Trump is scheduled to speak at 3:30 p.m. Monday at Ambridge Area High School before he travels to northeastern Pennsylvania for a rally at Mohegan Sun Arena near Wilkes-Barre at 7 p.m.