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WATCH: Obama on Trump Tape: 'That's Not Right'

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In Greensboro, North Carolina, tonight, Obama commented on the 2005 tape in which Donald Trump makes lewd comments about women.
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Raila is not the person to retract his statements and say he was misquoted. In 2013, he coined the 'pombe-bangi' statement and life went on.
I will not be going to the ballot this August. I haven't made this decision lightly, or out of ignorance.
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I will not be going to the ballot this August. I haven't made this decision lightly, or out of ignorance.
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