NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — The Tennessee Democratic Party came together Sunday to respond to the release of a video that shows Donald Trump making crude remarks about women.
The group held the media briefing on the sidewalk outside Party Foul at 4 p.m. Sunday.
Seven democratic candidates took turns calling on their opponents to take a stand against Trump and denounce his candidacy.
The call follows the release of video in which Trump made vulgar comments regarding women.
Democrat Gayle Jordan, who is running for the state senate seat currently occupied by Republican Jim Tracy says the republicans should take a clue from Governor Bill Haslam’s comments, the first prominent Tennessee republican to call for Trump to step aside.
“I think that the republican leadership can take a clue from that, take a cue from that and follow through with that and denounce him, disavow him, disclaim him the time is now, the time has come,” she said.
The Democratic Party will also hold a watch party at Party Foul for Sunday’s debate that airs at 8 p.m. on News 2.
News 2 has reached out to several Tennessee Republican leaders for comment.