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Obama Found Donald Trump's Sexual Assault Boasts 'Repugnant'

President Barack Obama found GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s 2005 remarks in which he boasted of sexual assault “repugnant,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Tuesday. Earnest was asked about the tape during a briefing with reporters. “The president found the tape as repugnant as most Americans did,” Earnest said, according to a pool report. The press secretary said Obama agrees with Vice President Joe Biden’s assessment that Trump’s comments constitute sexual assault.
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