By Briana Marcos
Republicans are continuing to defend the actions of Republican nominee Donald Trump after the revelation of a string of sexist comments and allegations of abusive behavior towards women.
FOX News commentator Eric Bolling claimed Trump is acting out most men’s fantasies.
“Most men want to be like Trump and be able to do and say whatever they want with beautiful women,” said Bolling. “He’s able to carry those fantasies out.”
Dinesh D’Souza, a conservative writer, filmmaker and convicted felon, offered an equally lame apology on Twitter. Apparently, he thinks walking into a room of half-naked teenagers is no big deal.
I guess it is now fine for men to use women's bathrooms but not for the CEO of Miss Universe to walk into a woman's dressing room
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) October 13, 2016
In 2012, D’Souza resigned as president of King’s College, a Christian school, after it was revealed he was engaged to his mistress while still legally married.
Eric Trump also defended his father’s actions claiming he was just being an alpha male.
“I think sometimes when guys are together they get carried away, and sometimes that’s what happens when alpha personalities are in the same presence. At the same time, I’m not saying it’s right. It’s not the person that he is,” said Eric Trump, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
But some Republican women are declaring they’ve had it with their party’s tolerance of Trump’s antics. FOX News commentator and former George W. Bush White House staffer Dana Perino said she had reached the breaking point.
“After 20 years of defending these guys. I’m done,” said Perino on “The Five.”