On Twitter, former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach responded to Twisted Sister icon Dee Snider‘s tweet about criticizing the supporters of President Trump and reminded them of the ‘Access Hollywood‘ incident.

As you might recall, back in 2016, The Washington Post published a video about then-presidential candidate Donald Trump who had an ‘extremely lewd conversation about women‘ with TV host Billy Bush. During a bus ride to film an episode of Access Hollywood, Trump made his unfortunate statements about women who would let him do anything since he was a ‘star.’

Here are Donald Trump’s statements about the women he worked with which later described as sexual assault:

I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything… Grab ‘em by the pussy. You can do anything.”

Recently, some of the devoted supporters of President Trump reacted to Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider‘s tweet reminding them of the ‘Access Hollywood‘ incident and Trump’s derogatory treatment of women around him.

In his tweet, Snider asked the Republicans whether they thought Trump’s manners were appropriate to their moral values and continued:

“But not ‘pussy-grabbing.’ That’s okay with the right. Good clean fun, isn’t that right Republican boys and girls?

While Dee Snider’s tweet got various reactions from his fans and followers, a fellow musician and a dear friend Sebastian Bach showed his support for Dee with a tweet emphasizing how inappropriate the President’s statements were. Bach also stated none of the men he knew wouldn’t be talking like that about a married woman.

Here’s what Sebastian Bach stated about President Trump’s description of his behaviors around married women:

“Make it clear, that’s married woman’s pussy the President likes to grab. Every woman out there should know: Men do not talk like that behind closed doors!

Not one guy I have ever met ever talked like that about a married woman, ever. Guess some guys have to take what they can’t get?”

You can see the tweets Dee Snider and Sebastian Bach posted on Twitter below.