A wave of GOP donors began asking for their money back after unused footage from Access Hollywood showed Trump bragging about sexual assault, but that was last week's news.
This week's news is an increasing number of women coming forward to confirm that Trump did assault them and GOP donors are asking for their money back if the RNC doesn't cut ties with Trump.
“At some point, you have to look in the mirror and recognize that you cannot possibly justify support for Trump to your children — especially your daughters,” said David Humphreys, a Missouri business executive who contributed more than $2.5 million to Republicans from the 2012 campaign cycle through this spring and opposed Mr. Trump’s bid from the outset.
Bruce Kovner, a New York investor and philanthropist who with his wife has given $2.7 million to Republicans over the same period, was just as blunt. “He is a dangerous demagogue completely unsuited to the responsibilities of a United States president,” Mr. Kovner wrote in an email, referring to Mr. Trump.
This is the price you pay for donating to a Republican party that enabled and nominated Trump under the incompetence of professional toady Reince Priebus.
As I was typing this, Trump started speaking at a rally in North Carolina where he denied sexually assaulting one woman because she's too ugly.
TRUMP: Believe me, she would not be my first choice, that I can tell you. That would not be my first choice.
Two more women came forward today to say that Trump assaulted them. Former model Kristin Anderson says Trump stuck his hand up her skirt at a nightclub in the early 1990s. Former Apprentance contestant Summer Zervos says Trump forced himself on her during the 5th season of The Apprentice.
I expect to see another round of donors asking for their money back next week.