Even for Donald Trump, this was a new low. From a whole slew of previous comments, we knew he was a misogynist with zero respect for women. We just didn't realize what a lowlife he really was. Until release of the 2005 videotape of the man late-night host Seth Meyers now calls "the pervert on the bus."
You run out of adjectives trying to react to Trump's bragging about forcefully kissing women, grabbing their genitals and getting away with it because he's a "star." It's sick, shocking, disgusting and degrading. And I haven't talked to one woman yet who doesn't believe that it's sexual assault -- for which any other CEO would be out of a job or in jail.
Equally disgusting are the lame excuses put forth by Trump and his evil sidekick Rudy Giuliani. They dismiss it as only "locker room talk," uttered 11 years ago, and insist that Bill Clinton did far worse. No, no, and no. It wasn't just "talk," as four women told The New York Times. He actually groped them. Trump was bragging about what he had done to women, not what he wanted to. Eleven years ago, he was 59 years old, not 18. And, last time I checked, Bill Clinton was not on the ballot.