Trump said his words were irrelevant in a "medieval" age where the terror group ISIS is committing atrocities. When asked if he felt his remarks described sexual assault, as many public officials said, he contended it was "locker room talk."
Trump has taken an aggressive tone since the release of the tape, which prompted almost universal criticism and led many Republican lawmakers to rescind their support for him. He emphatically tweeted that he would not drop out of the race as some called for him to do so.
Trump said he was "not proud of" those comments.
Clinton said the remarks in the video represent "exactly who he is."