Actress Arianne Zucker was thrust into the spotlight 11 years after she was the focus of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's lewd attentions as captured by a live mic.

"It's not about me," actress Arianne Zucker told CBS' Tom Wait when approached outside her home on Friday.

Upon seeing her standing outside the bus, Trump said to Bush, "Whoa, whoa, I gotta use some Tic Tacs in case I start kissing her." Trump was newly married to Melania Trump at the time.

In the 2005 exchange, Trump spoke graphically of approaching other women, including one married woman who rejected his advances.

What, ***11*** years ago? Eleven??? RJ's Trump apologists are saying this all happened over 20 years ago.

And examples of Trump's misogyny continue to this day, even during the primaries. But if some want to contend it goes back over 20 years, all the better. Further proof that he's been an abusive serial sexist for so long he's beyond any hope of change this late in his life.

Bye-bye, Donald. I'll be watching Hillary Clinton's inauguration in January. I hope you're comfortable in one of your many ill-gotten mansions while it happens. You won't be missed.