Trump Remarks: Ryan ‘Sickened,’ McConnell Calls Them ‘Repugnant’

By Bridget Bowman

Speaker Paul Ryan said he’s “sickened” by GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s disparaging remarks about women on a video. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also described the remarks as “repugnant.”

Trump bragged about his exploits with women and used graphic language to describe his sexual advances in a video from 2005 obtained by The Washington Post.

The GOP nominee was slated to appear at a Saturday event with Ryan and Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, a vulnerable incumbent, in Elkhorn, located in Ryan’s congressional district. But Ryan asked Trump not to come to Wisconsin, according to a source familiar with the speaker’s decision.


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