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Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, October 10, 2016. Reuters/Mike Segar

During this entire US presidential election, Republican candidate Donald Trump has made headlines for his sexist comments and contradicting statements. But on Sunday, Trump held a press conference that caps everything off in an almost chilling threat to Democratic bet Hillary Clinton.

During Bill Clinton’s run as presidency, he has had his fair share of controversies regarding women. Trump used this against the Clinton family at the last debate as he convened the women who have accused Bill of sexual misconduct. The 70-year-old businessman called the former president an abuser of women.

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This move of Trump against Bill and Hillary, as CNN notes, works two-fold. While it harshly places a mirror in the front of the Clintons, it also forces Hillary to face the embarrassment and pain of her husband’s alleged womanising in public. Moreover, she has to do so on the last leg of the US presidential elections.

"There's never been anybody in the history of politics in this nation that's been so abusive to women," Trump said. "Bill Clinton was abusive to women. Hillary Clinton attacked those same women and attacked them viciously."

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And while Trump was firm on his statements, he again refused to admit any of his previous wrongdoings despite a leaked recording. The 2005 recording was brought up by debate moderator Anderson Cooper near the end of the night. “You described kissing women without consent, grabbing their genitals,” he stated. “That is sexual assault. You bragged that you have sexually assaulted women. Do you understand that?”

"No, I didn't say that at all," Trump said. The Republican candidate then went on to state that the recording was in a “locker room” setting and that he has since apologised to his family and the American people. After which, Trump quickly jumped ship and started talking about the threat of ISIS.

When Cooper again pressed on the issue and asked for confirmation about whether or not Trump had actually done those things, the presidential candidate again answered with a vague statement. "I said things... I was embarrassed by it, but I have tremendous respect for women and women have respect for me," he said.

Cooper pressed on, and Trump again denied having ever touched a woman without her full consent.