BBC Panorama: Nigel Farage Reveals How Donald Trump’s Sex Abuse Comments Are Hurting Him

He said: “I will comment on the words, partly because both Isabel and Emily said as a woman she found those words he said offensive. Can I say that, as a man, I found those words offensive as well.”

Thornberry said: “As a woman I thought his comments were completely disgusting and totally offensive and, of course, he shouldn’t be American president.”

Since the publication of a 2005 recording in which the Republican nominee boasted of using his fame to kiss and grab women without their consent, Mr Trump has been hit by a series of allegations of inappropriate sexual behaviour – something he has vigorously denied.

The presidential hopeful has blamed the accusations on White House rival Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the news media.

“These vicious claims about me, of inappropriate conduct with women, are totally and absolutely false. And the Clintons know it,” Trump said.

His accusers, he said, “are horrible people. They’re horrible, horrible liars”.

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