Loeffler was asked Wednesday whether she was aware of the clip from 2005, in which Trump brags to Billy Bush that he can treat women however he wants because of his fame, after she said in a recent debate that Trump had never done anything with which she disagreed.
The politician appeared confused when details of Trump's controversial comments were raised but she dodged directly saying whether it was a problem that he'd been caught out while the camera was still rolling 15 years ago, the same year he married Melania Trump.
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Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler has claimed she's not familiar with Donald Trump's infamous 'grab 'em by the p****' tape
The Access Hollywood tape was filmed in 2005 and exposed before his election in 2016
'What I am focused on is working for Georgians in Washington and being their voice. And being a conservative champion for Georgians.'
Probed further on whether she had any issues with Trump's comments, Loeffler replied: 'I'm sorry. I'm not familiar with that.'
Reminded that the comments were from the much-publicized Access Hollywood recording, she still claimed not it have heard about it in the last four years.
Loeffler replied: 'Yeah, no.'
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, a former White House aide and friend of Melania Trump, revealed this summer that the First Lady laughed after hearing about the comments when they were exposed in October 2016.
Reminded that the comments were from the much-publicized Access Hollywood recording, she still claimed not it have heard about it in the last four years. Loeffler replied: 'Yeah, no'
Last Monday, when six of the top candidates in the race met in their first debate, Loeffler was asked if she could name something Trump has said or done that she disagreed with. She responded: 'No' and touted a '100% voting record with President Trump.'
During her battle to hold onto her US Senate seat she has maintained that she's Trump's biggest supporter. Loeffler is challenging Democrats and Republicans this November for a special election and if she wins will again have to fend off the competition in a January runoff.