Kellyanne Conway, campaign manager for Donald Trump, said Sunday night a number of congressman who have recently come out against the GOP nominee for inappropriate comments he made in 2005, have a history of sexual harassing women.
Conway told MSNBC's Chris Matthews after the second presidential debate that other politicians have made unwelcomed advances on her, similar to what her boss joked about on the hot mic recording with then-"Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush.
"I would talk to some members of Congress out there when I was younger and prettier, them rubbing up against girls, sticking their tongues down women's throats who were uninvited, who didn't like it," Conway said. "And some of them, by the way, are on the list of people who won't support Donald Trump 'cause they all ride around on their high horse."
The campaign director added she personally asked him if he forced himself on women in the way he joked about in the tape.
"He said no," said Conway.