The tape, which surfaced just weeks before the November 2016 election, featured Trump bragging to then-Access Hollywood host Billy Bush about touching women, apparently without their consent. Trump did not name Moore, who has been accused by several women of sexual harassment or assault, but instead blasted his opponent, Democrat candidate Doug Jones.
This comes as the president faces growing criticism from his GOP colleagues of his defense of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct or inappropriate behavior with women and girls as young as 14 when he was in his 30s.
Neither did Billy Bush or anyone else associated with the incident.
The report says Trump sees the Moore allegations as an echo of his own battles with accusers who came forward after the tape emerged, in which Trump boasted about grabbing women's private parts. This week, Trump made the totally not-shocking decision to back accused sexual predator (of young girls) Roy Moore in his bid for the senate in Alabama, and now he's moved onto another unusual denial of a sexual harassment situation he's long-since confessed to being part of. Trump broke with his party's leadership last week and on Sunday, when he offered two de facto endorsements of Moore's candidacy.
"Like I just said, the President hasn't changed his position", she replied. Grab 'em by the p***y.
Trump issues first pardon
Trump's first turkey pardon marks the 70th year the National Turkey Federation has presented the President with a Turkey. Instead they're sent away to live on a farm or petting zoo, blissfully unaware of their good luck.
Hours after the audio recording was published, Trump issued a video apology for the remarks.
"I said it, it was wrong, and I apologize". "What he did do, however, was apologize for the comments - writing them off as "locker room talk" and adding: 'Bill Clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course - not even close'".
Following the debate, 13 women publicly alleged that Trump had sexually harassed or assaulted them.
Pressed to specify what reporting Trump is questioning, Sanders said, "I said what he didn't like and what he found troubling were the accounts that are being reported now". "I don't think this is an offhand comment".