Donald Trump faces do or die presidential debate

Posted October 10, 2016

Donald Trump may have lost the support of big names in Republican leadership in the last 24 hours after a video surfaced of him speaking about women in vulgar sexual terms, but Republican voters are largely unwavering in their support of the NY businessman, according to a new poll. "I had to take into consideration this is something he did or said 10 years ago".

"Frankly, I think if Hillary Clinton were to do everything that she has said she would do in the campaign, really fighting climate change, really fighting against money in politics, she would 100% have my vote", he continued. "He has to look into the camera and say, 'Look, I understand I hurt a lot of people".

During the Republican primary, GOP officials anxious that disavowing Trump would alienate his supporters and hurt the party in congressional races.

The format poses its own difficulties for Trump: half of the questions will be asked by undecided voters. The New York Times election forecast has Clinton ahead of Trump by 4 percentage points, at 45 percent versus 41 percent, with an 82 percent chance of her winning the presidency.

Interviewed on NBC's "Meet the Press", Giuliani said both presidential contenders were flawed but that Trump feels he owes it to his supporters to stay in the race.

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Damaged but defiant, Donald Trump is limping toward a critical presidential debate against Hillary Clinton absent the backing of a growing group of Republican leaders.

By Saturday, about a dozen senators, a dozen members of the House of Representatives and three governors - all Republicans - had withdrawn their support.

On Sunday, he struck back, hinting to Republicans distancing themselves from him that they would would regret it. Many have called on him to step aside after his vulgar descriptions of sexual advances on women were revealed in a recording. Now, the question is whether Trump's quest for the presidency has been dealt a lethal blow.

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House Speaker Paul Ryan, the top Republican officeholder, said he was "sickened" by Trump's comments, and withdrew an invitation for him to attend a political event in Wisconsin. "You can do anything", Trump says in the video. "He's a real human", Stanley said of the NY businessman, surrounded by Trump supporters at the Wisconsin rally where he was set to appear before the videotape emerged.

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It's harder to attack your opponent in a room full of real people who want you to tell them how you will make their lives better.

Mr Giuliani, former NY mayor, told United States media that Mr Trump would not hesitate to describe Mr Clinton's abuse in criminal terms. Even before the recording of his remarks were made public, the businessman was lagging behind Clinton after an undisciplined first debate and struggling to overcome deep skepticism among women about his temperament and qualifications to be commander in chief.

"Donald Trump's behaviour this week, concluding with the disclosure of his demeaning comments about women and his boasts about sexual assaults, make it impossible to continue to offer even conditional support for his candidacy".

Clinton, who is seeking to become the nation's first female commander-in-chief, is nearly certain to call out Trump about the footage during the debate. But his last years in office were beset by scandal and a Senate impeachment trial, after it emerged he had lied under oath about an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

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