U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL,6) is now undecided on whether he'll vote for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Roskam's spokesman, David Pasch, made that announcement Tuesday, according to the Daily Herald.
It's a reversal from a comment earlier that day in which Roskam's spokesman said the representative "is still planning to vote for Donald Trump" after the Friday release of the "Access Hollywood" tape. Roskam called Trump's lewd comments about women "disgusting and corrosive."
Roskam has now switched to being undecided about whether he will vote for Trump.
"Hillary Clinton has already disqualified herself by her actions and deeds," Roskam's spokesman told the newspaper via email. "Donald Trump has 28 days left to convince him (Roskam) that he's the right person to fix our broken tax code, bring accountability to the federal government, and restore American leadership to the world stage."