GOP officials are distancing themselves from the Republican Presidential Candidate following recordings of vulgar comments aimed at women.

In the 2005 footage, you can hear Trump talking about trying to have sex with a married woman and being able to grope women. Trump defended himself during Sunday's debate, saying it was only 'locker room talk' and apologized for the comments.

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson says the comments are indefensible.

"You know, I would say, in a country of 320- million people and you take a look at the two candidates, certainly I wish we had better role models,” said Senator Johnson.

House Speaker Paul Ryan told fellow republicans Monday he will no longer defend Donald Trump.

A spokesperson for the Speaker said in a statement that Ryan plans to use the next 29 days to focus on preserving his party's hold on congress. The spokesman also said Ryan has not changed his mind about endorsing Trump for president 'at this time.'