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More women come forward, saying Donald Trump groped them

At least four more women came forward Wednesday alleging Donald Trump groped them, as the Trump campaign vowed a scorched-earth plan to unveil new sexual misconduct accusations against Bill Clinton over the final weeks of the presidential campaign.

“We’re going to turn him into Bill Cosby,” Trump campaign manager Steve Bannon told Bloomberg News.

In separate developments, the New York Times and Palm Beach Post each reported new incidents of unwanted sexual advances by the Republican presidential candidate toward three women.
Jessica Leeds, 74, told the Times that Trump grabbed her breasts and tried to stick his hand up her skirt while she was seated next to him on a flight 30 years ago.

“His hands were everywhere,” she said, “It was an assault.”

Rachel Crooks, an Ohio woman who said she was a 22-year-old receptionist who encountered Trump in 2005, told the Times she introduced herself to Trump outside an office building elevator, where he wouldn’t let go of her handshake and started kissing her on the cheeks and mouth. “It was so inappropriate,” Crooks told the Times.

A third woman, 36-year-old Mindy McGillivray, told the Palm Beach Post that she was groped by Trump at his Mar-a-Lago estate during a photo shoot 13 years ago. “It was pretty close to the center of my butt. I was startled. I jumped,” she told the Post.

All three women said they had told their stories to others at the time, but came forward publicly after Trump denied acting inappropriately toward women at Sunday’s second presidential debate. At the debate, Trump said that while he was caught on video boasting about kissing and groping women without permission — “I just start kissing them,” Trump said on the tape to NBC’s Billy Bush. “It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait” — he had never actually committed such acts, brushing it off as “locker-room talk.”

The Trump camp Wednesday denied each claim. “There is no truth to this whatsoever,” Trump’s press secretary told the Post. “None of this ever took place,” Trump himself told the New York Times, while also reportedly calling the female reporter “a disgusting human being.”

Trump is reportedly considering filing a defamation lawsuit against the Times and Post, though such a suit appears to be on highly shaky legal ground and could require Trump to open up his sexual history to discovery. In the past, Trump has threatened to sue media outlets on numerous occasions after negative reports.

Late Wednesday night, People magazine reporter Natasha Stoynoff wrote a first-person report describing how Trump pinned her against a wall and kissed her against her will during a 2005 interview, while Trump’s pregnant wife, Melania, was upstairs. “We’re going to have an affair, I’m telling you,” Stoynoff said Trump told her.

“Talk is talk. But it wasn’t just talk in my case, it was very much action,” Stoynoff wrote. “And, just for the record, Mr. Trump, I did not consent.”

A report Wednesday by Rolling Stone also cited a series of inappropriate behavior by Trump, including claims that he walked in on undressed contestants during the Miss USA and Miss Teen USA beauty pageants and kissed contestants on the lips, later bragging about it on Howard Stern’s radio show.

Meanwhile, Bloomberg News reported the Trump campaign intends to try to suppress voter turnout of young women by uncovering more women who will accuse Bill Clinton of groping or sexual abuse, hoping to portray Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton as an enabler too toxic for millennial female voters who are not old enough to remember Bill Clinton’s scandals of the 1990s.

The effort will start Thursday, as Clinton accusers Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones will appear on an hourlong Fox News interview with Sean Hannity.

“That just shows how desperate they are,” Hillary Clinton said Wednesday at a campaign rally in Colorado.

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