Daughter Of Rudy Giuliani Backing Clinton

Rudy Giuliani, one of Donald Trump's top advisers, said Sunday that he can not defend the GOP presidential nominee's crude remarks on a recently released audiotape, but was steadfast in saying Trump remains the country's best choice for president and that he will stay in the race.

"[Clinton] didn't know that the "C" in front of a paragraph meant confidential", Giuliani said, regarding her reasoning for mishandling classified information via a private email server at her home in Chappaqua, New York.

"He's ashamed of himself and he's embarrassed", Giuliani told ABC's This Week; the former New York City mayor himself called the tape "horrible" and "reprehensible". "He wasn't at that time, you know, running for office, he wasn't thinking of office", Giuliani said on "Meet the Press", according to an NBC transcript.

Appearing on both NBC's Meet the Press and CNN's State of the Union, former NY mayor and current racist old man Rudy Giuliani floundered while trying to spin the media narrative away from Donald Trump's disgusting comments advocating for sexual assault against women-and failed miserably.

Giuliani responded, "I hate to get terribly theological about it but have you ever read the confessions of St. Augustine?"

"Gosh almighty, there were an very bad lot of things, particularly Hillary Clinton attacking the women that Bill Clinton sexually assaulted, sexually abused - and she was the leader of the attack against them - so maybe he felt that at least put in context the kind of anger there would be at him", Giuliani said.

Giuliani suggested that Trump would apologize again to voters and suggested that Trump's presidential campaign had changed Trump and made him a more serious figure.

On "Fox News Sunday" Giuliani said he wasn't going to 'defend his comments, ' but he did talk about how the banter 'doesn't reflect the man that I know'. "And how much exaggeration was involved in that, I don't know".

Watch Giuliani's full Meet the Press interview below.

He insisted Trump is a different person than he was in 2005, and said-as Trump did in his apology video-that his time as a national candidate have given him a new perspective.

Ms Harth eventually dropped the charges and Trump denies "each and every statement made by Ms. Harth".

Bill Clinton has denied sexually assaulting any women and has never faced charges on any claims.

Also on CNN's "State of the Union," Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, the senator from Virginia, ripped Trump's comments. "But I do know that this is unfortunately the kind of talk that goes on among a lot of people, and they shouldn't talk about this".