Outrage over Trump's 2005 comments about women reached a fever pitch over the weekend, with key Republicans calling for him to step down. But what about the electorate? How will Trump's offensive comments impact his voters?
Read below or watch the clip for answers to these acceptable questions:
• What's with the Democratic fly on the wall, so to speak?
• Did revelations about Trump cause fireworks at the debate?
• What was the number one post-debate story on Drudge?
• Should locker talk be reserved for adolescent teenagers?
• Is it okay to call your daughter a piece of ass? Ever?
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:
PAT: One of the top -- top stories on Drudge is that a fly landed on Hillary during the debate last night. Did you notice that?
STU: That was very brief.
PAT: Very brief. She just kind of swatted it away. But is that supposed to mean that she's Satan or something? That flies are attracted to --
JEFFY: That flies are attracted to...
STU: Because it's funny, that happened to Barack Obama a few times.
PAT: Yeah, it did. In fact, he caught it with his hand or something. Right? Didn't he grab one?
STU: The odd thing about the thing with Obama was that he let it like crawl around on his face --
PAT: That was the weird thing. She didn't.
STU: Create a nest. Start a family.
I mean, it was a weird -- those were weird -- this was just like, it landed for a second. She kind of shushed it away. But it was a weird debate last night.
PAT: It was.
STU: And you kind of were expecting some huge fireworks. I would say, largely speaking, you didn't get that. Again, I think that's a positive for Trump. I think the Democrat strategists today are saying, look, eh, we could have probably knocked him out. But I don't think we hurt ourselves here. I think that's probably true. And I think Trump is saying -- well, I mean, I don't know what Trump is saying. But Republican strategists who are thinking about maybe pulling their endorsements are probably saying, "Look, the tape is bad. Let's see if there's more tapes. He didn't convince us last night to leave."
He probably -- if you didn't unendorse yesterday or over the weekend, why would you do it after the debate? There's no additional reason to do it. Why not wait at this point?
PAT: Yeah. Exactly. And all the Trump apologists are doing the same thing that you knew they were going to do. They don't care about this. This doesn't matter. She's still worse. All of that stuff: Everybody does it. Every man talks this way.
And is that -- is that true? Does every -- everybody -- I don't know anybody who talks that way.
PAT: I don't have anybody in my life who says those things to me or I say them to them.
JEFFY: That's what I was thinking earlier.
PAT: I don't know anybody.
STU: You don't know any stars. Stars --
JEFFY: Right. But there's a big difference, right? Between men. She looks really --
PAT: They said it was just boy talk. Right? Just locker room talk. But when was the last time you did locker room talk like he did when he was 59 years old? Were you 12? Were you 14? Come on.
JEFFY: And my locker room talk was a lot different than that. I mean, I wasn't talking about actually going out and grabbing, you know what I mean? I was talking about going --
PAT: Right. Yeah. Yeah.
Yes. You talked about girls, but hopefully not like that.
STU: Again, this is a video, and it makes it -- it hits people harder. But, I mean, this is -- if you're voting for Donald Trump, isn't this priced into your decision already?
JEFFY: Yes, it should be.
STU: The guy has obviously been saying these things for numerous decades.
STU: Obviously. He was saying them -- you know -- you know, what was the quote about -- I mean, he calls -- been calling women a piece of ass. He's been. Saying --
PAT: Supposedly gave Stern permission to call his daughter that.
JEFFY: Of course.
STU: You know, he's --
PAT: Would you -- come on. You have a daughter now. You both -- we all have daughters.
STU: Of course not.
PAT: Would you ever say to anybody, including Stern, "Yeah, that's fine. You can call her a piece of ass if you want to." Come on!
STU: Of course not. But that's my point here, is that if -- if you can vote for someone who would do these sorts of things --
PAT: Oh, man.
STU: -- why would this tape change your mind?
PAT: It wouldn't.
STU: This was all on record. I think there's a level of emotional impact when you hear him actually say it.
STU: Because there are dozens and dozens of times in biographies of him, in articles about him, in pornographic magazines, where he's quoted saying very similar things. Where he -- when he was on Howard Stern. I mean, there -- we talked about a long time ago -- there was an article that came out, the 25 terrible things Donald Trump said about women on Howard Stern.
This was an article by I think it was Buzzfeed who did it. It was out in the primary season.
STU: People heard that stuff. And that's priced in. Even if you don't like it, you've already -- you've conquered that mountain of accepting that behavior.
Featured Image: Republican nominee Donald Trump (R) discusses with is daughter Ivanka Trump (2nR) his wife Melania Trump (2nd L) and his daugher in law Lara Yunaska (L) after the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri on October 9, 2016. (Photo Credit: RICK WILKING/AFP/Getty Images)