2016-10-11 17:36:14

"All the President’s Misogynists": Jodi Jacobson on Why It Took So Long to Derail the Trump Train

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s campaign is facing increasing turmoil as House Speaker Paul Ryan told fellow Republican lawmakers Monday he would no longer campaign for Trump following the release of the 2005 videotape showing Trump boasting about sexually assaulting women. The announcement by Paul Ryan comes as a growing number of Republican officials have called on Trump to step down as their party’s nominee following the release of the video. Fifteen Republican senators, including former GOP presidential nominee John McCain, are now openly opposing Trump’s candidacy.

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