While the Republican Party and the Donald Trump election campaigners are calling it as 'character assassination,' the two women still stand firm on their accusation that Donald Trump has tried groping them and touched them inappropriately in public.
First, Arnold Schwarzenegger said that he'd not vote for Donald Trump, and then Hillary Clinton accused him of sexual assault on behalf of these women at the presidential debate. Now, those women have come in front to speak their heart out!
The two women stated that Donald Trump made them feel uncomfortable in public.
The first women said that Trump touched her, whereas another woman accused Donald Trump for kissing her forcibly on the mouth. Mr. Donald has denied these accusations.
When Hillary Clinton accused him of kissing women without their permission and touching their genitals, the billionaire Trump was grilled about these comments.
Jessica Leeds, a 74-year-old businesswoman, who worked for a paper company has accused Donald Trump of groping her. She said - "I was traveling on a flight more than three decades ago, and I didn't know that Donald Trump was sitting next to me. As soon as the flight took off, his hands started touching my genitals, and I was nervous."
Rachel Crook says, she was a 22-years-old receptionist at the estate business in Trump Tower around 2005 when she met Donald Trump in the elevator. She shook her hand with him for introduction and Trump started kissing her all over. Crook said, "It was so inappropriate and insignificant."
The New York Times says that they have received a threatening call from Republican Party and they've claimed to file a case against their publishing rights.
Senior Communicators advisor, Jason Miller, has given a statement that entire article is fictional and he also considered everything false, misleading to decrease Trump's popularity.
Well, maybe Jason Miller has missed the first and the second presidential debate. Otherwise, he would have refrained from giving such politically incorrect statement; this is going to be a much-awaited question for the third presidential debate.
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