KUSA—Ahead of the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, 9NEWS political experts Kelly Maher (R) and Ian Silverii (D) both denounced Trump’s recently-released comments suggesting that fame is a justification for making unwanted sexual advances on women.

Maher said that she agreed with Republicans Sen. Cory Gardner, Rep. Mike Coffman, and US senate candidate Darryl Glenn—all of whom called for Trump to quit the presidential race.

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Maher and Silverii discussed possible approaches that might be used to discuss the issue on stage, shortly before Donald Trump assembled a panel of women who accuse Bill Clinton of sexual advances in a live video on Facebook.