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Watch: Republican Candidate apologizes for the first time during his campaignA recording from 2005 in which Trump is heard speaking offensively and objectifying women prompted the Republican Candidate to apologize for the first time during his campaign.
Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump apologized for the first time since the beginning of his campaign after a recording of him objectifying women and bragging that he attempted to have sexual relations with a married women was released.
The recording from 2005 prompted Trump to issue a public apology only a few hours after the video was released. In his apology, he tried to attack his Democratic rival by saying that her husband former President Bill Clinton has made worse comments towards women.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign headquarters jumped on the opportunity to attack Trump on Twitter saying, "This is horrific. We cannot allow this man to become president."
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