A "Women for Trump" bus rolled into Charlotte, North Carolina on Monday — just days after the GOP presidential candidate was caught on video using extremely vulgar sexual terms about women, The Charlotte Observer reports.
Without making mention of Donald Trump's remarks which have cost him the loss of multiple Republican endorsements, the group said North Carolina is a must-win state.
"We are not at a crossroads in this election, we are at the edge of a cliff — and in just a few days women who outvote men by a lot will determine whether we go off that cliff, or begin to rebuild this country," the group said in a statement.
Last week, The Washington Post bared a 2005 conversation recorded on a hot microphone in which Trump talked about kissing, groping and trying to have sex with women,
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