Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump previously hinted there could be more videos of him saying things that could hurt his presidential campaign.
Fresh footage has now emerged of Trump – while on the set of Days Of Our Lives in 2005 – showing him grabbing actress Arianne Zucker and saying: "Bye, baby" as he pulls her in for what could be an apparent kiss.
However, the video cuts out before it is known whether Trump lands the kiss with the actress.
The GOP nominee appeared on the popular soap opera as himself and also shared a scene with Zucker, who was unaware of his earlier comments about her with Billy Bush.
Extra caught the two, along with Zucker's then-husband Kyle Lowder, taking a photo before Trump discussed his cameo appearance on the show.
"You have to hit those lines properly, otherwise, you're out of business, right?" he asked. Zucker responded: "That's right – you're fired! Am I allowed to say that?" Trump gave her the okay before they began going their own way. "I'm gonna sneak out," Zucker said. To which Trump replied, "Bye, baby."
It is at this point in the video, Trump is seen puckering his lips for a kiss as he grabs Zucker and attempts to pull her towards him.
The footage was released by Extra, just days after The Washington Post published video of Trump talking to Access Hollywood host Billy Bush about grabbing women "by the p***y", adding: "You can do anything."
"You know I'm automatically attracted to beautiful... I just start kissing them," Trump said. "It's like a magnet. Just kiss. I don't even wait. And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything."
Extra's video revealed what happened when the Access Hollywood cameras stopped rolling and Trump remained on the set of the soap opera for his cameo. Trump is seen embracing the actress and sharing a friendly kiss.
Zucker has since released a statement about Trump's comments about her. "My name is Arianne Zucker and I am a strong, independent, hard working mother, business woman and partner to a great man," she tweeted.
"I have grown to learn that the words of others cannot effect [sic] the value of my self worth or define the content of my character."
"How we treat one another, whether behind closed doors, locker rooms or face to face, should be done with kindness, dignity and respect. Unfortunately, there are too many people in power who abuse their position and disregard these simple principles and are rewarded for it," the actress continued.
"In understanding the magnitude of this situation, I choose to stand tall with self respect and use my voice to enrich, inspired and elevate the best of who we are as people."