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4 women claim Trump sexually assaulted themThe New York Times reported that two women claimed that Trump sexually assaulted them and shortly thereafter, two other women claimed that he harassed them. One of the women who claimed that Trump harassed her is a People magazine reporter.
The New York Times exposed yesterday (Wednesday) that two women have accused Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump sexually harassed them. Right after these interviews were released, two other women claimed that he sexually harassed them. One of the women is a People magazine reporter who claimed that Trump attempted to kiss her and another woman claimed that during a visit at his estate he grabbed her rear.
The first woman, 72-year-old Jessica Leeds, claims that after viewing the last debate between Trump and Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton, she felt as if Trump lied to her face when he denied ever harassing women. "I wanted to punch the screen," she said.
According to Leeds, she and Trump met for the first time 3 decades ago on a first class flight to New York. She was on a business trip and Trump sat beside her. She details how Trump tried to touch her without her approval. "He was like an octopus, his hands were everywhere."
Another woman who claims that Trump sexually harassed her is Rachel Crooks. She claims that in 2005 when she was 22 years old, she met Trump outside an elevator in Trump Tower. She introduced herself to Trump since their companies worked together and then he attempted to kiss her on the lips.
"It was so inappropriate," Ms. Crooks told. "I was so upset that he thought I was so insignificant that he could do that."
Immediately after the release of these interviews by The New York Times, two other women claimed that they were sexually assaulted by Trump. One of the women is People magazine writer Natasha Stoynoff. She claims that during an interview with him and his wife Melania Trump in 2005, Trump took her to a separate room and closed the door. There, she claims, Trump fondled her tightly and attempted to kiss her. Another woman claims that Trump attempted to grab her rear when she accompanied her friend on photo shoots at Trump's estate.
Trump's campaign headquarters quickly released a statement denying these claims, stating that they are all part of a feud between Trump and The New York Times.
Media outlets in the US report that according to The New York Times reporter Megan Twohey (who reported these interviews), she has a recording that threatens Trump from suing the paper.
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