Hillary Clinton, Celebrities and Even Republicans Are Blasting Donald Trump Over Hot Mic Video

Paul Ryan disinvited Donald Trump from an upcoming event over what he said.

Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump

Donald Trump and daughter Ivanka September 2016.

Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump

There have been many disgusted reactions to the newly released 2005 Access Hollywood video where Donald Trump can be heard making misogynistic comments about women, including saying, "when you're a star they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything."

There was nothing surprising about the reaction from the Hillary Clinton campaign. 

And there's nothing too surprising about the reaction of some celebrities... 

or late night TV hosts...

What is kind of surprising (and we do mean kind of) is the way that Republicans are publicly dragging their candidate. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan issued a statement about Trump no longer being welcome at an upcoming GOP event in Wisconsin.

The Trump campaign responded by saying that his running mate Gov. Mike Pence would take his place at the even instead. 

Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus had a similar response:

"No woman should ever be described in these terms or talked about in this manner. Ever," he said. 

Mitt Romney was among the prominent Republicans who were disgusted with Trump, as were Sen. Jeff Flake, of Arizona, and Sen. Mark Kirk of Illinois.

The fallout for the Trump campaign will likely become more clear with this weekend's presidential debate, but in the meantime, this certainly doesn't look good for the Republican nominee...

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