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Last Sunday, audio surfaced of a 2005 conversation between Donald Trump and “Today” co-host Billy Bush, where the Republican presidential candidate was heard making crude and offensive remarks about women.

Bush was suspended from “Today” as a result of the leak, while Trump seemed to dismiss his own words as nothing more than “locker room talk.”

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Chris Conley, who has seen his fair share of locker room banter, was not buying Trump’s excuse and took to Twitter to set him straight.

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Atlanta Falcons tight end Jacob Tamme, Boston Red Sox first baseman Cody Decker and others echoed Conley’s sentiments.

(H/T: Kansas City Star)

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