Donald Trump Calls Ad Showing His Remarks Against Women 'Sour Grapes'
The ad showcases Trump's negative comments about women.
The anti-Trump movement is pulling out all the stops, releasing a new ad featuring some of the things Trump has said about women.
The ad was produced by an anti-Trump super PAC, and financed by conservative billionaires, the Ricketts Family, part owners of the Chicago Cubs.
Trump dismissed the ad on Good Morning America.
“It's a lot of sour grapes,” Trump said. “Women, I’m leading by a lot, I’m doing really well in every category. I’m leading with women and I’m very happy about it.”
Tuesday is make or break for the candidates with primaries in five states and, for the republicans, it all hinges on Ohio.
If Trump wins Ohio, it is all over for candidates Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich. However, if Trump loses to Kasich, who has a narrow lead in the latest poll, he'll have a hard time getting the delegates he needs to lock up the nomination.
MSNBC’s Chuck Todd said on Tuesday morning: “he [Kasich] could win in Utah. Cruz could win Arizona. It’s about puncturing the balloon of Trump. I feel like we say, Trump could lose this.”
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