Donald Trump officially ruled a 'revolting slug' by NSW

Donald Trump (Reuters / file)
Donald Trump (Reuters / file)

Former The Apprentice host Donald Trump has officially been declared a "revolting slug unfit for office" by the New South Wales parliament in Australia.

The motion was introduced to the New South Wales Legislative Council and would've been struck off if any lawmaker objected to it.

However, there was no objection, so the motion was recorded as having been unanimously agreed to by the Sydney-based house.

It came after the release of a 2005 video showing the Republican nominee for this year's US presidential election saying as a star, "you can do anything - grab [women] by the p**sy".

The state parliament said it condemned the "misogynist, hateful comments... that clearly describe sexual assault".

Upper house Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham tabled the motion, which was unanimously passed.

He called on the house to "[agree] with those who have described Mr Trump as 'a revolting slug' unfit for public office", as well as to "[reflect] on the divisive, destructive impact that hate speech from political candidates and members of elected office has on our community".

On Monday, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called Mr Trump's comments "loathsome" and deserving of "the absolutely universal condemnation that they've received".