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Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are addressing the infamous conversation that has made front-page headlines all weekend long.

At Sunday evening's Presidential debate, both candidates were able to address what the Washington Post uncovered involving Donald and former Billy Bush.

"We received a lot of questions Mr. Trump about the tape that was released on Friday as you could imagine," moderator Anderson Cooper shared. "You called what you said ‘locker room banter.' You described kissing women without consent, grabbing their genitals. That is sexual assault. You bragged that you have sexually assaulted women. Do you understand that?"

"No, I didn't say that at all. I don't think you understood what was said. This was locker room talk. I'm not proud of it. I apologize to my family. I apologize to the American people. Certainly I'm not proud of it. But this is locker room talk," Donald shared during the live debate. "I have great respect for women. Nobody has more respect for women than I do."

He continued, "I said things that frankly, you hear these things. And I was embarrassed by it. But I have tremendous respect for women and women have respect for me."

When Anderson followed up and asked if he has "ever done those things" mentioned in the audio, Donald replied, "No I have not."

Soon after, Hillary was able to respond to the tape in front of the audience.

"Well, like everyone else, I spent a lot of time thinking over the last 48 hours about what we heard and saw. You know, with prior Republican nominees for president, I disagreed with them on politics, policies, principles. But I never questioned their fitness to serve. Donald Trump is different," she began to explain. "I said starting back in June, that he was not fit to be president and commander in chief. And many Republicans and Independents have said the same thing."

She continued, "What we all saw and heard on Friday was Donald talking about women. What he thinks about women. What he does to women. And he has said that the video doesn't represent who he is. But I think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is."