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Republican spokesman doesn't appear to know what 'unacceptable' means

Republican National Committee spokesman Sean Spicer has been having a rough week. After Sunday's debate, Weekly Standard reporter John McCormack asked Spicer whether he believed the "p---y grabbing" actions Donald Trump described on the "Access Hollywood" tape constituted sexual assault, if Trump really did what he bragged about doing. Spicer's reply: "I don't know. I'm not a lawyer.
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