Donald Trump greets supporters outside of Trump Towers in Manhattan October 8, 2016 in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP
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Donald Trump's lewd videotaped remarks about women threw his White House campaign and the Republican Party in crisis Saturday, just 30 days from the election and on the eve of his second debate with rival Hillary Clinton.The videotape, released Friday by The Washington Post, forced a rare apology from a campaign already peppered by controversies over Trump's treatment of women, roiling his Republican Party.CNN said the RNC was considering ending a joint fundraising agreement with the Trump campaign.Trump denied his campaign was in crisis and predicted the controversy would blow over.Pence was to go in Trump's place, but he canceled without explanation.With the November 8 elections one month away and Clinton leading in the polls by nearly five percentage points nationally, the latest uproar has plunged Trump in the deepest crisis of his turbulent campaign.Clinton, who is seeking to become the nation's first female commander-in-chief, is almost certain to call out Trump about the videotape during the debate.In the video, Trump uses vulgar and predatory language as he describes grabbing women's crotches, and brags about trying to have sex with a woman he knew was married.
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