Metro female voters: Trump's remarks won't change who they plan - KCTV5

Metro female voters: Trump's remarks won't change who they plan to vote for

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In the first poll taken after the tape was released, Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 11 points. (AP PHOTO) In the first poll taken after the tape was released, Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 11 points. (AP PHOTO)
LEE'S SUMMIT, MO (KCTV) -

Metro women are sounding off after Donald Trump’s comments that were released Friday

KCTV5 spoke with several women, Republicans and Democrat, and got their reaction to Trump. 

They've all heard about the Republican nominee's conversation with Billy Bush picked up on a hot microphone back in 2005.

While most women KCTV5 talked to weren't happy with it, none of them were surprised. 

"Never been on board with how he views them, but I feel the country would benefit from him because he such a good businessman,” said Amy Proctor of Warrensburg. 

Stephanie Harvey says Trump’s comments could prevent some women from voting for him in November. 

"I feel like a lot of women would probably be offended,” she said. “(They) probably wouldn't vote for trump after hearing that.” 

Out of the women KCTV5 spoke with, no one said they're planning to change their vote.

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