Trump made the threat in Sunday's debate after Clinton said it's good that someone with Trump's temperament isn't president.
Trump insists he will "never" abandon his White House bid despite calls for him to step aside after his vulgar descriptions of sexual advances on women were revealed. In response to the Post's exposing of Trump's crude conversation with television personality Billy Bush, House Speaker Paul Ryan disinvited Trump to the GOP fundraiser, the Wisconsin Fall Fest. After the video surfaced, Pence issued a statement in which he said he could not "condone" or "defend" Trump's remarks followed by the cancellation of several of his campaign appearances.
"I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize", Trump said early Saturday in a videotaped statement posted on his Twitter account.
Pence's thumps-up alone doesn't mean Trump has stopped the crisis in his campaign as many other Republicans have yet to weigh in. But it's hard, at this point, to understand how a Christian, a conservative, or a Republican could support Trump as he drags his candidacy further into the gutter - and his party toward defeat in November.
Kellyanne Conway said Monday that such a decision isn't up to Trump.
"I just start kissing them", he says. Dallas helped organize a meeting of evangelical leaders with Trump in NY earlier this year.
The 168 committee members representing state delegations would have to hold a vote and, as Mr Trump did at the convention in Cleveland, the new nominee would need to win at least 1,237 delegates to become the party's standard-bearer. "But there's a big difference between the words and actions of other people". And Trump himself seems to recognize the power of his loyal voting bloc.
Pence would have been expected to advocate for Trump.
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"He and I haven't spoken, and I disagree", Trump said. "I apologize if anyone was offended". His wife, Melania, slammed the remarks in a statement on Saturday.
The release of the recording and ensuing backlash nearly completely overshadowed the release of hacked emails from inside the Hillary Clinton campaign that revealed the contents of some of her previously secret paid speeches to Wall Street.
To that, Alice Stewart, a former spokeswoman for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Iowa Sen. "No one should ever talk about any woman in those terms, even in private". But he stopped short of saying he would not vote for his party's presidential nominee.
One Trump aide described the environment as a "hurricane" and that the campaign was still determining the extent of the damage.
"People are saying that I won the debate", he said Wednesday in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Since, the real estate mogul's opponents have been eager to uncover the recordings, hoping more damning comments could bury the Republican's campaign. "This really is a race to the bottom".
Under siege from a growing brigade of Republican officials demanding Donald Trump step down, the candidate's campaign team and dwindling number of allies struggled to respond on Sunday, just hours before a crucial second debate with Hillary Clinton.
Even a former Trump advisor, Barry Bennett, said he thinks Trump's only shot at redemption - and a slim one at that - is a dramatic and public mea culpa. "Running against her, I can't say it'd be the same if I ran against someone else, but running against her makes it a lot easier".