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'Don't tell me you're offended when I say p***y but you're not offended when Donald Trump says it.'
Donald Trump's lewdness is the lone story dominating the news cycle. From the moment the Washington Post released 2005 audio footage on Friday to his midnight apology, no other topic appears to have been so widely covered as Trump claiming he could sexually assault women just because he's famous.

Naturally, CNN used this time to round up some pundits and GOP strategists and discuss the NSFW exchange Trump had with Billy Bush on the Access Hollywood bus.

Ana Navarro's appearance on the network is what truly caught the eyes of viewers and apparently burned the ears of those she was talking with. CNN's Scottie Nell Hughes begs Navarro to stop saying pussy, as her daughter is listening.

It's not that Navarro was just dropping pussy bombs willy nilly, she was just paraphrasing a major presidential candidate—one that Hughes adamantly still endorses, in fact.

Navarro called Hughes exactly what she is: absurd. "You know what, Scottie? Don't tell me you're offended when I say pussy but you're not offended when Donald Trump says it," Navarro retorted. "I'm not running for president. He is."

He may not be for long if the growing list of Republicans disavowing the Donald get their way. This reaction shot really says it all though.

Good luck supporting the pussy grabber, Hughes.
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