Just three weeks from Election Day, Donald Trump has watched his campaign become consumed by allegations of his mistreatment--and outright assault--of women from his past.
But if you want to see how the Republican presidential nominee respects women, you just have to look at last weekend's presidential debate with Hillary Clinton.
Clinton appeared on Ellen this week, in her first television interview since the debate, to talk how Trump seemingly wandered the town-hall stage in St. Louis--often standing directly behind her and leering as she spoke.
"He was really all wrought up," Clinton said. "You could just sense how much anger he had. He was really trying to dominate and literally stalk me around the stage. I could just feel this presence behind me. 'Wow, this is really weird.'
She also talked the challenges of debating Trump. "He's constantly spewing forth falsehoods," she said.
The third presidential debate is Wednesday, Oct. 19.