Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump released a midnight video statement early Saturday apologizing for lewd comments about women that he made on a 2005 audio tape as two Republican senators called on him to drop out of the presidential race.
In the video, Trump said the remarks "don't reflect who I am. I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize."
However, Trump turned on his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the latter part of the statement, accusing her of having "bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated" her husband's "victims."
Corning, NY--Tom Reed issued the following statement regarding crude comments made in a leaked hot mic of Donald Trump from 2005. "Women are never to be talked about in this way. As someone with eight older sisters, a wife and daughter I care deeply about, it is disappointing and offensive to hear these words. It is not right and these comments must be called out for what they are, just wrong."