Trump released a tape on Friday night apologizing after a video from 2005 obtained by the Washington Post contains audio of Donald Trump making highly sexual comments degrading women.
This latest leaked video is drawing immediate and harsh rebukes from both sides of the aisle and his apology isn't doing any better.
People have been weighing in on his apology video on social media.
"After years of repeatedly insulting women, that 'apology' rings empty," one person tweeted.
Donald Trump's comments about women deserve widespread condemnation... and saying "if anyone is offended" is not a real apology.— Ed Stetzer (@edstetzer) October 7, 2016
Another user tweeted out that Trump's video was a non-apology.
Here's the video statement, in case you missed it.
I've never said I'm a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone that I'm not.
But wait. Did you catch what Donald Trump said in the first sentence?
Well, here's Donald Trump quite literally saying he's a perfect person.
And, according to a Washington Post article from May, Donald Trump used to pose as his own spokesman.
WATCH| An SNL skit mocking Trump for posing as his own president.
"It doesn't sound like my voice at all," Trump told NBC's Today show.
"I have many, many people that are trying to imitate my voice and you can imagine that and this sounds like one of these scams, one of the many scams. Doesn't sound like me."
Trump remained that he did not pose as his publicist.