In a post-debate spin room interview, Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway accidentally referred to her boss's "abuse" of women, in what sure looked like a Freudian slip.

"I thought Mr. Trump at different times tonight showed great restraint, more restraint than I may have in the face of fire and lies," said Conway.

"Particularly at the end, where he literally could have gone there and made very clear that he came ready to say some rough things if she was gonna challenge him about his abuse—uh, his record on women...."

Donald Trump's disgusting and disturbing thoughts on women have hardly been kept secret, from insisting that the "fat ugly" Rosie O'Donnell "deserved it" in in his closing statements at the debate, to his latest crusade to continue fat-shaming Alicia Machado, former Miss Universe.

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Points to Conway for being the first person in the campaign to tell the truth, even if it was an accident.