Even after Donald Trump gloated about using his celebrity to sexually assault women, Sean Duffy is proudly standing by his side. He is justifying his support by saying:

“I never endorsed Donald Trump because of his stance on women or his family values,” Duffy said in a statement. “I endorsed him for his policies ... four years of Hillary Clinton would be unacceptable.”

 
Sean Duffy is making it clear he isn't bothered that a potential President of the United States has such disparaging and backwards views on women. Furthermore, the hypocrisy of Sean Duffy is staggering - throughout his career in Congress, and at the Republican National Convention, Duffy has tried to make himself the face of family values.
 
Duffy's comfortability with Trump's view on women shows he is perfectly fine putting party before country, and he will not stand up for the Wisconsinites he is supposed to represent in the 7th Congressional District. 
 
See excerpts from the article below.
 

Duffy, Johnson stick with Trump endorsements

The Tomah Journal // Steve Rundio
October 15th
 
Wisconsin Republicans either reiterated their support for Donald Trump or said nothing last week, even after House Speaker Paul Ryan told nervous members of his caucus that he will not defend the GOP presidential nominee or campaign with him before the election.

U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy, whose northern Wisconsin district was the only one Trump carried in the April primary, stood by Trump, while Gov. Scott Walker, GOP legislative leaders and others were silent.

“I never endorsed Donald Trump because of his stance on women or his family values,” Duffy said in a statement. “I endorsed him for his policies ... four years of Hillary Clinton would be unacceptable.”

Duffy’s district includes the towns of LaGrange, Lincoln, Scott and Byron and villages of Wyeville and Warrens in Monroe County and the towns of Knapp, Bear Bluff and City Point in Jackson County. He's being challenged in the Nov. 8 election by Democrat Mary Hoeft of Rice Lake.

Hoeft criticized Duffy's continued support for Trump during a Tuesday appearance in Hudson.

“Why do you continue to stand in support of a man who abuses women?” Hoeft was quoted in the Hudson Star-Observer.

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Trump’s campaign was thrown into crisis Oct. 7 with the release of audio from 2005 featuring Trump making lewd remarks and bragging about how his fame allowed him to “do anything” to women. During the second presidential debate Sunday, the businessman dismissed his comments as “locker room” talk and insisted he had “great respect for women.” Several women have accused Trump of unwanted sexual advances since the audio became public.

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