Donald Trump made headlines yet again last week for a derogatory comment – this time a sexually explicit phrase about Hillary Clinton's loss to President Obama in the 2008 Democratic primary. In 2015 alone, the GOP front-runner had already called Mexican immigrants rapists, alluded to menstruation when talking about Fox News host Megyn Kelly, and proposed a ban on Muslims from entering the country. But while Trump's comments often dominated the news cycle this year, he wasn't the only Republican presidential candidate who raised eyebrows and made us ask, "Say what?" in 2015.
The candidate didn't mean to "diminish the enormity" of the Holocaust, he said.
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The same candidate argues that Charles Darwin's theory of evolution was encouraged by the devil.
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That wasn't the only wacky moment from the third GOP debate. Click here to read the Krispy Kreme analogy. Can you guess who said it?