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Rudy Giuliani said on "Fox News Sunday" today that Donald Trump's derogatory comments about women were "reprehensible," but he will still make a better president than Hillary Clinton.

"His comments were wrong. They were very wrong and reprehensible, and he has said that and he has apologized for it," Giuliani said. "If you get to the issues, he's the candidate that is much better suited to run the country than Hillary Clinton ... who has her own set of flaws and problems."

He explained that emails in the most recent WikiLeaks dump support the notion that Clinton is a different person when she speaks to Wall Street millionaires and when she speaks to everyday Americans.

"So we have two Hillary Clintons, which says we have a person who's a liar, because that's what she is," Giuliani said.

The former New York City mayor added that millions and millions of Americans still believe in Trump, and that's why the Republican nominee will remain in the presidential race, despite calls by some to drop out.

"This is a different man today than the man that was reflected in those comments. This is a man who has a very heavy weight on his shoulders of having to determine the future of the Supreme Court, having to deal with the rise in crime," Giuliani said. "I believe he's going to remain in the race. In fact, I know he is."

Watch the "Fox News Sunday" interview above, and share your reaction in the comments.

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