ST. LOUIS — After the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, there was plenty of talk about Trump’s faulty mike.
In the second face-off, the convo heard on Trump’s mike that worked just fine 11 years ago took center stage. The tape where Trump makes lewd and sexually aggressive remarks about women to Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush was topic number one.
“He has said that the video doesn't represent who he is," says Hillary Clinton. "But I think it’s clear it to anyone who heard it, it represents exactly who he is.”
"I'm not proud of it," says Trump. "I apologized to my family. I apologize to the American people. Yes, I'm very embarrassed about it. I hate it. But it's locker room talk and it's one of those things."
Trump recalls his failed attempts to seduce entertainment tonight’s Nancy O’dell. O’dell, who is married, rejected Trump’s advances. She’s expected to respond on Entertainment Tonight this evening but she’s already said, “No person should be the subject of such crass comments, whether or not cameras are rolling.”
Kelly Vaughn says, "I don't think there's any coming back from something like that."
Eric Lefkowitz does not believe Trump has anything to redeem himself from.
Whether you believe it’s just locker-room talk or not, the fall-out is far reaching. Several republicans have withdrawn support for the GOP candidate. And Bush, now a co-anchor on NBC's Today Show, has been suspended indefinitely.
Before the debate, The Donald played some trump cards of his own....holding a press conference with three women who accused former president Bill Clinton of sexual assault years ago.
Juanita Broaddrick says, "Mr Trump may have said some bad words but Bill Clinton raped me and Hillary Clinton threatened me I don't think there is any comparison.”
A fourth woman was only 12 when she was sexually assaulted. Hillary Clinton was assigned to defend the man Kathy Shelton accused. “She said she was supposed to defend...whether they did it or not. Now she is laughing on tape.”
All four woman sat in the audience, just behind Bill Clinton.