The latest in the Anti-Donald Trump movement that is taking much of the world by storm is a viral video capturing all the sexist things the Republican presidential frontrunner has said about women.
The video, titled "Quotes", spotlights the continued accusations of sexism and misogyny within the billionaire real estate mogul's presidential campaign.
The one minute video, by US political lobby and action group Our Principles PAC, features a series of women of different ages and races reading aloud published Trump quotes with a tone of disdain and disgust.
"Bimbo" the first woman in the video says, referring to this tweet about a Fox News Reporter.
"Dog" says another.
"Fat pig," they continue, alluding to Trump's longstanding feud with Rosie O'Donnell.
"That must be a pretty picture, you dropping to your knees," another woman says, making reference to Trump's comment to a female contestant on his reality game show The Apprentice.
The video has had a resounding effect on the public since being uploaded online less than 24 hours ago, and has already garnered over one million views on YouTube.
Naturally, the video's YouTube commenting feature has been disabled.
Current president, Barack Obama, also shared his disappointment with Trump's campaign - flagging how Trump's bid for presidential candidate has been marred with sexism, racism, and fear-mongering.
“We have heard vulgar and divisive rhetoric aimed at women and minorities, and Americans that don’t look like us or pray like us or vote like we do,” Obama said at a pre-St. Patricks event.
As the second Super Tuesday primary elections continue in the US, Donald Trump is expected to further his lead on the Republican side of the race. He's expected to win in four states.
Our Prinicples PAC has already spent US $5.3 million in Anti-Trump adverts, and show no sign of slowing down.