U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren's gives an impassioned speech for Democrat Hillary Clinton in Denver, Colorado and says Trump's crude remarks about women don't just make her ''sick,'' they make her ''furious.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren slammed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump during a campaign speech for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in Denver, Colorado on Sunday. Warren brought up Trump's allegation that the media and Clinton campaign have rigged the election against him to prevent him from making it to the White House. "He's right. The game is rigged. It's rigged for the Donald Trumps and billionaires of the world, and we're here to fight back," she said. Warren then said Trump was too "chicken" to release his tax records, and then proceeded to 'cluck' like a chicken. In an impassioned end to her speech, Warren said she was more than just shocked by the Republican nominee's remarks about women. "Donald Trump's words don't just make me sick anymore, they make me furious." Trump has faced accusations of impropriety and unwanted sexual advances after a 2005 video became public in which Trump was recorded bragging about such behavior. He apologized for the video but has denied each of the accusations.