KAREN MACEK: My daughter's name is Helen. She was born at one pound, 12 ounces. She has lifelong disabilities because of it. The most difficult thing is not that my daughter has disabilities, and it's not the hospital stays and it's not the surgeries: It's the way other people look at her. When people treat her like she is somebody to avoid. Seeing Mr. Trump talked about people who are disabled, and specifically about that reporter.
TRUMP: Ahh, I don't know what I said. Ahh, I don't remember!
MACEK: He was so rude and condescending to him, and for someone who wants to be the president of the United States to not treat a person who's disabled with dignity was just galling. Most people who are bullies grow out of it. He hasn't. He's 70 years old and he's still a bully.