Melania Trump says she has never heard her husband use the kind of language he is heard using in a 2005 video, and she questions the integrity of the women who have come forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct.
Just days after the New York Times published an article in which two women accused Donald Trump of sexual assault, more women have come forward to say that the Republican presidential candidate touched or kissed them inappropriately and without their consent.
One of the two women who accused Donald Trump of sexual misconduct in a New York Times on Wednesday said in an interview Thursday that the Republican presidential candidate touched her “wherever he could find a landing spot,” CNN reports.
A defiant Donald Trump hit the campaign trail in Florida on Thursday, and he lashed out about the most recent accusations of his sexual misconduct, NPR reports.
Donald Trump threatened the New York Times with a lawsuit Wednesday night after the Times published an article in which two women accused the presidential candidate of forcibly groping and kissing them years ago.
Three women came forward in two separate news reports Wednesday accusing Donald Trump of groping them or kissing them without their consent.
"Grab her [p—sy]." —Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump