Donald Trump is back in New Hampshire for a rally in Portsmouth on Saturday afternoon.
This is the first time the Republican presidential nominee has been in the Granite State since a 2005 video surfaced showing him boasting of groping women.
When Trump was in Sandown last week he had a little more support from New Hampshire Republicans than he does this time - specifically, from U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte.
Ayotte, who's running for re-election, said early on that she would support but not endorse Trump. But after the release of last week's video, Ayotte said she can't "support a candidate for President who brags about degrading and assaulting women.”
GOP gubernatorial candidate and Executive Councilor Chris Sununu and Congressman Frank Guinta, who's running for re-election, both condemned Trump's comments but say they still support his candidacy.
Trump has explained his remarks as so-called locker room banter and has denied all accusations of sexual assault.
This weekend's stop will be Trump's sixth visit to New Hampshire in the past two months.