Madison, October 12 (RHC)-- The George H.W. Bush family was reportedly behind the release of an 11-year-old tape that shows Republican president nominee Donald Trump making lewd comments about women, according James Fetzer, an American scholar and a retired professor in Madison, Wisconsin.
On Friday, The Washington Post released a tape in which Trump is heard making lewd comments about women and having a conversation about trying to have sex with a married woman. GOP officials, including governors, senators and congressmen across the U.S. have disavowed Trump over the sexually obscene remarks caught on a hot microphone.
Even Trump’s apology for the remarks has failed to quell the unprecedented controversy over his comments, prompting growing demands by Republicans for him to quit the race.
Professor Fetzer said that the release of the tape recorded 11 years ago, included a conversation with producer Billy Bush, who turns out to be a cousin of George Herbert Walker Bush -- Papa Bush.
The scholar said the Bush family is “strongly opposed to Trump, because they represent the New World Order, and he’s out to defeat it. [They] were undoubtedly responsible for the release.”
In a debate on Sunday night, Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton attacked each other with brutal exchanges during their second presidential debate a month before the Election Day. The two candidates even broke traditional debate decorum by refusing to shake hands as they took the stage. At one point, Trump directly threatened Clinton with imprisonment during the debate, saying if he were president: “You’d be in jail.”
Trump promised that if he becomes president, he will ask his attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton’s “situation” -- a clear reference to Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal.
Other reports from Washington point to the Bush family as the source of the controversial recordings of Trump. The entire Bush family, including Jeb and his father and brother, former Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush, skipped the Republican National Convention in July, where Donald Trump was officially nominated.
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