Mere hours ahead of the second presidential debate taking place in St. Louis, MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell sent out a tweet calling the Republican presidential nominee a “sex criminal” and admonishing his current campaign staff for sticking by him.
Let's be clear: @KellyannePolls Giuliani & Co are trying to make an admitted sex criminal the next president. Sexual assault is a crime.
— Lawrence O'Donnell (@Lawrence) October 9, 2016
Over the past 24 hours or so and in the wake of Donald Trump’s hot mic Access Hollywood moment completely changing the landscape of this election, rumors have floated that campaign manager Kellyanne Conway was considering resigning from her role. There seemed to be validity to the rumors when she backed out of her Sunday show appearances. (Rudy Giuliani filled in for her on Fox News Sunday.)
However, she has tried her best to put that all to rest by taking to Twitter after a 53-hour absence to show that all is well with her and the GOP candidate.
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) October 9, 2016
Meanwhile, one wonders if there will be any fallout from O’Donnell’s tweet in which he is unequivocally calling the Republican nominee a criminal and accusing him of sexual assault over his comments eleven years ago.
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