Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam wants Donald Trump to step down

Tennessee Republican Gov. Bill Haslam is calling on Donald Trump to step down as the party’s presidential nominee for his recently released comments about women.
    
Haslam issued a statement Sunday calling on Trump to remove himself and clear the way for Trump running mate Mike Pence to face Democrat Hillary Clinton next month.
    
Trump has said he has no plans to quit. Haslam says if that’s the case, he plans to use a write-in vote for president from the Republican Party.
    
Haslam says "character in our leaders does matter" and decisions made by any president "have too many consequences to ignore the behavior we have seen" from Trump.
    
Haslam says his concerns with Trump’s policy positions and statements made during the campaign that have kept the governor from endorsing him.

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