The plot thickens as election day is less than a month away.
A GoFundMe campaign was launched just hours after the initial report of the unaired footage, in hopes to raise money for the Trump tapes.
Ryan added tartly that Trump was "no longer attending" a joint campaign appearance set for Saturday in Wisconsin.
Trump admitted making the statement and apologized.
Emmy Award-winning producer Bill Pruitt tweeted: "As a producer on seasons one and two of The Apprentice I assure you: when it comes to the Trump tapes, there are far worse". Trump told Access Hollywood's Billy Bush that he can do anything he wants to a woman because of his celebrity status. "And we all get to hear him use the N word from what I hear". That must be why he tweeted Mark Cuban about it.
David Brock, head of the pro-Clinton Super PAC American Bridge, told BuzzFeed via email: "If a $5 million "leak fee" is what stands between truth and total Trump implosion, sign me up".
Some online interpreted it as a suggestion that the wealthy businessman could cover the cost of the fine for leaking the video.
Texas senator Ted Cruz, newly (and tepidly) supportive of Trump after a vicious and personal rivalry for the Republican nomination, then publicly (and mistakenly) wondered why NBC didn't release the outtakes earlier.
"Donald Trump's actions have made any Trump (employee) who doesn't quit immediately, toxic and unemployable by anyone else", he wrote.
The emergence of additional tapes seems likely to at least one formerly staunch Trump supporter. It also could not be ascertained if any comments that could have been recorded still exist in an archive. A 1993 interview with New Zealand television channel TV3 was uncovered Sunday by Newshub, where he responded to a reporter's question about his image "as a high-rolling tycoon associated with glamorous women".
In the interview, Trump admitted he indeed found women attractive but it's what he said after that is sure to raise a few eyebrows. Let me see the other one.
Trump's hot mic moments are clearly in high demand. Dallas said, Trump should make clear that he understands how "ugly, despicable and horrible" his words were, and tell viewers that he's changed.
The Access Hollywood comments have led to widespread condemnation, with several Republican members of Congress calling on Trump to abandon his White House campaign.
After the tape came to light Trump apologised, saying: "I'm not proud of it".
"I'm just answering their phones". It's like a magnet.
"Grab them by the pussy" is not the only tape Donald Trump has to worry about. You can do anything.