Donald J. Trump’s presidential campaign has taken a “no apologies” approach to inflammatory remarks and controversies, but on Tuesday one of his personal aides had some regrets.
Michael Cohen, who is special counsel to Mr. Trump, said that it was a moment of “shock and anger” that led him to suggest that rape could not occur between spouses.
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