Tuesday night on MSNBC’s “All In,” while discussing the lewd comments Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump made while being recorded in 2005 on a hot microphone, Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX) got into a heated exchange.
Partial transcript as follows:
HAYES: Congressman, if someone off the record said, in a locker room – this was not in a locker room this was a workplace – said, ‘I really like raping women,’ would that be locker room talk?
FARENTHOLD: Again, it depends, you don’t know the entire context of all this.
HAYES: But, you would be fine with that.
FARENTHOLD: I’m not here to defend Donald Trump. I don’t like what he said. Donald Trump can defend himself on that.
HAYES: If a tape came out with Donald Trump saying that, saying, ‘I really like to rape women,’ you would continue to endorse him?
FARENTHOLD: Again, that would be bad. And, I would have to consider it. But, again, we’re talking about what Donald Trump said ten years ago as opposed to what Hillary Clinton has done in the past two or three years. She’s been — the ad is right. she’s been a failure as secretary of state. She failed to negotiate a status of forces agreement in Iraq. You have Benghazi, you have the red line in Syria situation.
(h/t MRC TV)
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