I love all the outrage over Trump's 80's-esque jock-talk. Tell me, where was it when Bill Clinton was accused of rape (an accusation that's never been rescinded)?
Where was your pious outrage then? Where was it during Bill's numerous known infidelities, in which he evidently abused his power to ensure sexual favors from women serving beneath him? As I recall, the sentiment back then was, "yeah, it's bad personally, but basically irrelevant to the execution of his position."
Yes, Hillary is running, not Bill, but let's be frank: Hillary leveraged Bill's popularity and connectivity to secure her nomination, and she's relying on -- and reinforcing -- the notion that her presidency will essentially be an extension of Bill's. Bill Clinton is absolutely instrumental to Hillary's candidacy, so to ignore his skeletons while embracing Trump's roughly equivalent (if even that) skeletons, is to engage in abject hypocrisy.
The funny thing is, there are so many nails that should have been the final one for Trump's candidacy, but the willful bias and hypocrisy on display by people like you just keeps resurrecting it. The prospects of a Trump presidency are lamentable to put it lightly, but it's easy to see how those issues are swept aside when a circus of sanctimony is the favored criticism.
If Trump is elected, he'll have people like you to thank.