I do not condone the comments made, but honestly, what guy has not made those same comments to a buddy of his in private. I'm sure 99.99% of men are guilty of this, as well as most women. It's human nature. Deal with it!
If we are also being honest, both Trump and Clinton are flawed candidates. Whose flaws are more detrimental to this country? Whose past is more detrimental to the future of this country? If we were to put both Clinton and Trump's past transgressions side by side, whose would be harder to forgive? My personal opinion is that Hillary's are much harder to forgive than Trump's. I also beg any Hillary supporter to defend her past transgressions against Trump's.
Soon, millions of Americans will be going to the polls to cast their votes for the POTUS. I will be casting my vote for the person I think has the best interests of this country at the top of their list. I will be voting for the candidate who I think will bring this country back from mess it is in today.
I will admit, after hearing the comments I was truly disappointed. I started to have doubts about my support. The more I thought about it the more the comments didn't matter to me. It was locker room banter that I have spoken at some time or another in my life. Does it make me a bad person? No, it makes me human. Trump is human.
My advice to Trump is to keep trucking along. Don't you dare bow out of this race and cave into the media elite and the Republican establishment. Don't you dare give up on the millions of Americans who support you. Keep being you. If these recent comments are going to cost you the election then go out fighting. Fight like you've never fought before. Everything is fair game. The Clinton's have taken this race to the dumps, but don't let them bury you. Bury them. There is so much more dirt on the Clinton's than any other presidential candidate in the history of this country.
Again, everything is fair game! Even the video of Hillary laughing about getting a two month, time served plea deal for a child molester.