From the October 9 edition of FOX Broadcasting Co.'s Fox News Sunday:
CHRIS WALLACE (HOST): I guess what I'm asking is this, we knew that Donald Trump said lewd things about women, and yet somehow this tape seems to be a game changer. We knew that Hillary Clinton played double games on a lot of these issues, but somehow you don't seem to think that these transcripts are a game changer. Why not?
JUAN WILLIAMS: I don't think it has the same impact. In the case of Trump, you're right. Clearly, he had a long history of saying offensive things about women and I could go on -- offensive things about blacks, Mexicans, disabled, and on. But I think in this case, what you're seeing at this moment in the campaign there is a specific group of undecided voters that's going to decide this thing. And, I think in large part, it's suburban white women who lean to the right. Where are those women at this moment? I don't think they're going to be impacted by what came out from the Clinton tapes or whatever, but they are impacted when they hear Donald Trump's language, because it's highly offensive. I mean, it's not, you know, look I grew up playing sports. I've been in a lot of locker rooms, Chris. I hear men say “I would like that woman” or “she's a hot woman.” I've never heard anybody say something as graphic and hostile as what came out in that tape.