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As voters in five states head to the polls in crucial primaries, an anti-Trump Super PAC has released an attack ad in which women read some of the billionaire's most sexist comments. 

"Bimbo," "dog," and "fat pig" were some of the quotes picked out. 

They read off his past remarks about Princess Diana, Carly Fiorina, Rosie O'Donnell and about parenting in general. 

The video, which has been viewed more than 800,000 times in a day, was made by a PAC called Our Principles, which was reportedly started in January to oppose Trump. 

On ABC this morning, Trump was asked about the ad. He called the ad "sour grapes" from Mitt Romney and others who oppose him. 

Katrina Pierson, national spokesperson for the Trump campaign, responded on America's Newsroom this morning, saying the campaign "fully expected" attacks like this one. 

"I really don't think this is going to be a problem. A lot of those statements Mr. Trump made as a television character. So I don't think that's gonna stick," said Pierson, adding that Trump is winning because Americans are looking for a "strong leader."

Watch the interview below. 


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