Whatever could you be smiling about, Chelsea? Ecstatic Clinton chats away on the phone in New York while Trump's campaign goes into meltdown a day before the second debate
- Chelsea Clinton looked delighted outside her NYC apartment on Saturday
- She stepped out in skinny jeans and heels as her mother remained silent
- Campaign official said Hillary will deliver her first public remarks on Trump's lewd comments in hot mic recording early on in Sunday's debate
- Business tycoon was caught bragging about trying to f*** a married woman and said his celebrity status allowed him to harass women
- Melania Trump and John McCain slammed the Republican presidential nominee, while other members of GOP called for him to step down
- Trump remained defiant, saying he would never drop out of the race
- Town hall style debate in St Louis, Missouri is scheduled for 9PM Sunday
Is this the sweet look of schadenfreude?
Chelsea Clinton looked delighted as she spoke on the phone outside her New York City apartment while Donald Trump's campaign went into a tailspin.
The 36-year-old stepped out of her Flatiron apartment in skinny jeans and heels on Saturday while her mother maintained a low profile in the wake of Trump's hot mic scandal.
Hillary is expected to launch her first public remarks on Trump's lewd comments as the two candidates face off in the second presidential debate on Sunday night.
In a conversation with Billy Bush in 2005, Trump was caught bragging about his attempts to 'f***' a married woman before saying he could 'do anything' to women - including 'grab[ing] them by the p***y' - because he was a celebrity.
Chelsea Clinton looked delighted as she spoke on the phone outside her New York City apartment while Donald Trump's campaign went into a tailspin
The 36-year-old stepped out of her Flatiron apartment in skinny jeans and heels on Saturday while her mother maintained a low profile in the wake of Trump's hot mic scandal
Hillary's campaign called the tape 'horrific', but there were few signs of celebration in the Brooklyn office, where staffers watched members of the GOP slam their own nominee.
Hillary has stayed silent on the scandal so as not to distract from the long list of Republicans disavowed Trump and urged him to step down, CBS reported.
But that is all set to change on Sunday, when Hillary is expected to deliver her blows early on in the debate, a campaign official told CBS.
Trump, who issued a grudging apology that lashed out at Bill Clinton, appeared unfazed, joking about it being 'an interesting 24 hours' since the shocking video surfaced on Friday.
Trump's own wife Melania called his comments 'unacceptable and offensive', but the business tycoon remained defiant.
'The media and establishment want me out of the race so badly - I WILL NEVER DROP OUT OF THE RACE, WILL NEVER LET MY SUPPORTERS DOWN! #MAGA,' Trump tweeted.
He emerged from his Manhattan skyscraper about 5pm on Saturday, waving to a crowd of devoted fans before disappearing back inside the building emblazoned with his surname.
Sunday's town hall debate in St Louis, Missouri, will prove to be a challenge for both candidates as they respond to questions delivered by members in the audience.
While Clinton is experienced with the format, she struggled during the commander-in-chief forum in September when members of the audience flooded her with questions regarding the use of her private email server.
Trump, on the other hand, thrives in rallies, where he can amp up the crowd and employ a level of spontaneity as the only speaker.
Hillary and Trump will face off in the second debate on Sunday night, where the Democratic nominee is expected to deliver her first public remarks about her opponent's hot mic scandal
Clinton's campaign slammed the comments made by Trump, but Hillary herself has remained silent while Trump was torn apart by his own party
But Trump remained defiant and greeted supporters outside of Trump Towers in Manhattan around 5pm on Sunday. He said there was no chance he would drop out of the race
It remains to be seen whether Trump attacks his opponent through her husband Bill Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Donald Trump has already retweeted comments from Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of rape.
The first post from Broaddrick read: 'How many times must it be said? Actions speak louder than words. DT said bad things! HRC threatened me after BC raped me.'
She also wrote: 'Hillary calls Trump's remarks "horrific" while she lives with and protects a "Rapist". Her actions are horrific,' it read.
Bill Clinton has long denied Broaddrick's accusations and Hillary has declined to address them.
The embattled Republican nominee, who previously threatened to use the former president's infidelities in his battle against Clinton, also attacked Bill in his apology for the 2005 hot mic recording.
'Bill Clinton has actually abused women and Hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed, and intimidated his victims,' he said.
'We will discuss this more in the coming days. See you at the debate on Sunday.'
TRANSCRIPT OF THE RECORDING FEATURING DONALD TRUMP'S LATEST CONTROVERSIAL COMMENTS
Arianne Zucker (middle) walks between Donald Trump and Billy Bush moments after they were recorded making shocking comments in 2005
Donald Trump was recorded on a 'hot mic' bragging about how he pursued a married woman
Trump: ‘You know and I moved on her actually. You know she was down on Palm Beach. I moved on her and I failed. I’ll admit it.
‘I did try and f*** her, she was married.’
Other voice: ‘That’s huge news!’
Trump: ‘No, no, Nancy. No this was – And I moved on her very heavily in fact I took her out furniture shopping. She wanted to get some furniture. I said, “I’ll show you where they have some nice furniture”.
‘I took her out for furniture. I moved on her like a b***h, but I couldn’t get there, and she was married. Then all of a sudden I see her, she’s now got the big phony t*ts and everything.
‘She’s totally changed her look.’
Billy Bush: ‘Sheesh, your girl’s hot as s***. In the purple.’
Multiple voices: ‘Whoa! Yes! Whoa!’
Bush: ‘Yes, the Donald has scored. Whoa, my man!’
Trump: ‘Look at you, you are a p***y. OK, you and I will walk down.’
Trump (speaking about actor Arianne Zucker): ‘Maybe it’s a different one.’
Bush: ‘It better not be the publicist. No, it’s her.’
Trump: ‘Yeah, that’s her. With the gold. I better use some Tic-Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful – I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet.
‘Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star they let you do it. You can do anything.’
Bush: ‘Whatever you want.’
Trump: ‘Grab them by the p***y. You can do anything.’
Bush: ‘Yeah those legs. All I can see is the legs.’
Trump: ‘Oh, it looks good.’
Bush: ‘Come on, shorty.’
Trump: ‘Oh nice legs, huh?’
Bush: ‘Oof, get out of the way honey. Oh, that’s the good legs. Go ahead.’
Trump (getting off the bus): ‘It’s always good if you don’t fall out of the bus. Like Ford, Gerald Ford, remember?’
Bush (after Trump knocks on the window for someone to open the door): ‘Down below. Pull the handle.’
Trump (to Zucker): ‘Hello, how are you, hi.’
Zucker: ‘Hi Mr Trump. How are you?’
Trump: ‘Nice seeing you. Terrific, terrific. You know Billy Bush?’
Bush: ‘Hello, nice to see you. How you doing, Arianne?’
Zucker: ‘I’m doing very well thank you. [To Trump] Are you ready to be a soap star?’
Trump: ‘We’re ready, let’s go. Make me a soap star.’
Bush: ‘How about a little hug for the Donald? He just got off the bus.’
Zucker: ‘Would you like a little hug, darling?’
Trump: ‘Absolutely. Melania said this was OK.’
Bush: ‘How about a little hug for the Bushy? I just got off the bus. Here we go, excellent. Well you’ve got a nice co-star here.’
Trump: ‘Good, after you. Come on Billy, don’t be shy.’
Bush: ‘As soon as a beautiful woman shows up he just, he takes off. This always happens.’
Zucker (waving to Bush): ‘I’m sorry, come here.’
Bush: ‘Let the little guy in here, come on.’
Zucker: ‘Yeah let the little guy in. How you feel now? Better? I should actually be in the middle.’
Bush: ‘It’s hard to walk next to a guy like this. Yeah, you get in the middle. There we go.’
Trump: ‘Good, that’s much better.’
Zucker: ‘This is much better. This is…’
Bush: ‘Now if you had to choose honestly between one of us. Me or the Donald?’
Trump: ‘I don’t know that’s tough competition.’
Zucker: ‘That’s some pressure right there.’
Bush: ‘Seriously, you had to take one of us as a date.’
Zucker: ‘I have to take the Fifth on that one… I’ll take both.’
Trump (near the Day of Our Lives studio): ‘Which way?’
Zucker: ‘Make a right. Here we go.’
Bush: ‘Here he goes. I’m gonna leave you here. Give me my microphone. ‘
Trump: ‘OK. OK. Oh, you’re finished?’
Bush: ‘You’re my man. Yeah.’
Trump: ‘Oh, good.’
Bush: ‘I’m gonna go do our show. ‘
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