The important thing here isn't really how many Republicans denounce Donald's Deplorable remarks.. but that almost every one of them (other than some notable exceptions who're actually worthy of some deserved respect) will not do much more than state some mealy-mouthed "denunciations" and then grovel to that constituency which they have to share with Donald Trump.
Paul Ryan has it easy.. others are in the muck and flailing.
Even those who've said they won't vote for him, like Kelly Ayotte, the Republican locked in a close battle with her Democratic rival Maggie Hassan, in NH will do little more than blather on about Trump's bad words and then claim that they won't vote for Donald Trump.
As if that claim were worth anything more than a "slightly" used condom. Trusting Republicans who can't manage to take an actual principled stand because they're fearful of offending Trump's basket-base is to jump headlong out an airplane on nothing more than a politician's promise that your canopy was well and properly packed.
cowards to the bitter end...