More women come forward with Trump groping allegations

That's a pretty serious misunderstanding of consent, and it seems to run in the family: Eric Trump, Trump's brother, said in August that Ivanka Trump would never be sexually harassed at work because she's a "strong, powerful woman". "What he said 10 years ago doesn't matter to me at all, and I feel like the true Trump supporters are not shocked, really by anything anymore", said Kara Barghese.

The nation's top elected Republican did not, however, say the words "Donald Trump".

Trump's attorney said failure to retract the piece and remove it from the newspaper's website would leave him "no option but to pursue all available actions and remedies".

As Michelle Obama entered the room, the deafening screams were at the sort of ear piercing level, usually reserved for rock stars.

Donald Trump is facing a relentless barrage of accusations that he harassed and assaulted women.

Clinton aides say in the emails that Hillary Clinton did not want her husband to cancel the speech but was eventually convinced. Over the weekend, dozens of Republican senators and congressmen vowed they would not vote for him, with many calling on him to step aside.

In some precincts her husband won by an average of only 66 votes.

Former businesswoman Jessica Leeds, 74, told The New York Times Trump had groped her on a flight in the early 1980s as they sat next to each other in first class. "Why didn't they make it part of the story. if she had added that, it would have been the headline".

The new batch showed that Hillary Clinton's campaign asked former President Bill Clinton to cancel a speech to an investment firm past year because of concerns that the Clintons might appear to be too cozy with Wall Street just as she was about to announce her candidacy. "And the Clintons know it", Trump told a rally in West Palm Beach, as he assailed Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for being complicit.

A third woman, Natasha Stoynoff, a former writer for People magazine, accused him of making an unwanted advance in 2005. Do you also remember when he then proceeded to have us lined up so he could get a closer look at his property? "They're not right. You just have to be a decent human being", President Obama charged in Columbus, Ohio. He promised to sue his media critics and said he was preparing evidence that would discredit his female accusers, whom he called "horrible people".

The newspaper has responded by saying it would welcome the opportunity to make its case in court.

In a letter Thursday, Times attorney David McCraw said Trump "has bragged about his non-consensual sexual touching of women" and that multiple women had already come forward.

Last week's emergence of a video tape in which Trump boasted that his fame meant he could "do anything" to women has sparked a crisis that has engulfed his campaign.

"I'm sure Hillary Clinton has said some things that has recently come to light that she's not proud of", said Chris Sutter.

Dozens of Republicans have said they can no longer back him and he has fallen further behind Clinton in national and state polls.



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