As Tuesday came to a close, Donald Trump's Presidential campaign continued to suffer from a torrent of leaks and mistakes. Most notably, the GOP candidate didn't even seem to know when Election Day was. At a rally Tuesday night in Panama City, Florida, Trump told his supporters to vote Nov. 28, twenty days after the election.
That wasn't the only notable Trump-related thing to happen that day. After the release of the now-infamous hot mic video from 2005 showing Trump saying horrific things about women, reports have been flying in about other inappropriate comments he has made in the recent past.
Buzzfeed reported that a sound engineer who worked with Trump on The Apprentice was repeatedly called a "fucking monkey" by the man who would be President. The engineer, who is white and explained that the insult, while awful, was not a racial slur, said that “Micing him was honestly the most abusive, humiliating experience of my 15 years as a sound engineer. He treated me like I wasn’t a human being.” Trump also reportedly forced the man to wash his hands, and made demeaning comments about a female camera operator.
The candidate himself seemed not at all phased by any of this. In a sit-down interview with Bill O'Reilly on Tuesday afternoon, Trump claimed that he knew what women wanted.
"What women want is they want secure borders, they want safety, they want law and order, they want a police department that's allowed to do its job," he said. "They want justice for all; they want a lot of things everybody else wants. And Hillary Clinton can't do it."