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Where are those hysterical people with pussy hats now? They always love to jump on someone merely for an accusation no matter how plausible.

Woman Accuses Joe Biden Of Sexual Assault

 

On Wednesday morning, journalist and podcaster Katie Harper released an audio clip of an interview with Tara Reade, a former staff assistant to Joe Biden, in which Reade claims that Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993.

The story begins with Reade being instructed to rush a gym bag to Biden. Upon reaching then-Senator Biden with the bag, Reade claims that he greeted her by name, and proceeded to sexually assault her in a “side area.”

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“We were alone, and it was the strangest thing. There was no, like, exchange really, he just had me up against the wall,” Reade claims.

“His hands were on me, and underneath my clothes,” Reade later says. “He went down my skirt, but then up inside. He penetrated me with his fingers.”

Reade alleges that Biden was kissing her and asking her if she “wanted to go somewhere else,” and that after the alleged assault was complete, he said, “C’mon man, I heard you liked me.”

Reade told Harper that Biden’s alleged phrase stuck with her because it made her think about what she “might have said.”

For me, it was like everything shattered in that moment because I knew that we were alone. It was over, right? He wasn’t trying to do anything more – but I looked up to him, he was like my father’s age, he was like this champion of women’s rights in my eyes and I couldn’t believe it was happening. It seemed surreal. I just felt sick because when he pulled back, he looked annoyed, and he said something else to me that I don’t want to say, and then he said – I must have looked shocked … I don’t know how I looked, but I must have looked something because he grabbed me by the shoulders, and said, “You’re okay. You’re fine. You’re okay. You’re fine,” and then he walked away, and went on with his day.

 

Reade says she was later in a stairwell, “shaking” and “trying to grasp what had just happened and what I should do or what I should say.”

When Harper asked Reade if she wanted to speak about what she alleges Biden said, she replied that she was reluctant because it is “the thing that stays in my head.”

Regardless, she then told Harper what Biden allegedly said:

He just like pointed at me and he said, “You’re nothing to me!” And then he just looked at me and said, “You’re nothing. Nothing.” … I must’ve reacted because that’s when he took me by the shoulders and he said, “You’re okay. You’re fine. You’re okay.”

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Harper notes at the beginning of the clip that there are no witnesses to the alleged assault, but that “Tara’s brother and Tara’s close friend” both “recalled her telling them about the incident at the time.”

Listen to the audio clip from Katie Harper’s interview with Tara Reade here:

 

 

 

 


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8 minutes ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Can you imagine if he was a conservative?

Trump said to grab women by the pussy. Do you not remember that?

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If there is enough evidence he should be charged and this should be brought to court. BTW I don't care if the person being accused is an independent, a republican or democrat, if there is evidence to prosecute this should be brought to court.

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Well Trump has had like 15-20 women accuse him of the same and nothing's ever come from it sooooooooooo

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3 minutes ago, Victor7 said:

Well Trump has had like 15-20 women accuse him of the same and nothing's ever come from it sooooooooooo

The Trump supporters will never acknowledge that their lord and savor Trump could sexually assault someone.


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10 minutes ago, junglesouljah said:

Trump said to grab women by the pussy. Do you not remember that?

What was the context of that statement and what year was it?  Ever been in a locker room, Jungle?  LOL

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At least 17 women have accused Donald Trump of varying inappropriate behavior, including allegations of sexual harassment or sexual assault, all but one coming forward with their accusations before or during his bid for the White House.

The latest accusation came days ago from writer E. Jean Carroll, more than two years into Trump’s presidency, prompting a new denial from Trump.

 

Trump has vehemently denied all of the women’s accusations multiple times. In some cases, he and his team members have specifically denied individual accusations, but they have also repeatedly issued blanket denials against all the allegations, calling the women liars.

Before Carroll's accusations, the topic surfaced in fall 2018 while Trump defended his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. In defending Kavanaugh against allegations of a sexual assault during high school, which Kavanaugh denied, Trump took the opportunity to push back against the various accusations that came up against him during his presidential run.

At a Sept. 27, 2018 press conference, Trump brushed off the "false accusations" he has faced, saying that he was "accused by four or five women we got paid to make up stories about me."

"I mean, they made false statements about me, knowing they were false. I never met them. I never met these people. And, what did they do? What did they do? They took money in order to say bad things," Trump said at the Sept. 27, 2018, press conference.

Previously, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in December 2017 the accusations were “litigated” during the campaign, with U.S. voters knowing of the accusations but choosing to vote for him anyway.

Only two of Trump’s accusers have taken legal action against him, one pertaining to her sexual misconduct allegations against the president, while the other is an ongoing defamation lawsuit relating to Trump’s calling his accusers liars and alleged disparagement of the accusers during the campaign.

Here is a rundown of the individual accusations.

1. Jessica Leeds

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Jessica Leeds speaks during the press conference held by women accusing Trump of sexual harassment in New York, Dec. 11, 2017.
Jessica Leeds speaks during the press conference held by women accusing Trump of sexual harassment in New York, Dec. 11, 2017.Monica Schipper/Getty Images

Jessica Leeds alleged that Trump groped her on an airplane in the late-1970s, which the president has repeatedly denied.

Leeds went public in a New York Times article Oct. 12, 2016 – discussing an alleged decades-old interaction with Trump -- four days after the release of a 2005 “Access Hollywood” recording in which he described women in vulgar terms. The Times article appeared three days after the second presidential debate, during which Trump denied ever kissing or groping women without consent.

Leeds has since reiterated her accusations to ABC News and has repeated it publicly, including at a news conference in December 2017 alongside two other accusers, calling on Congress to investigate the allegations against Trump.

Trump denied the allegations made by Leeds and by Rachel Crooks, another woman who spoke to The New York Times in the same 2016 article. He said "none of this ever took place" and threatened to sue the newspaper for reporting the story. No lawsuit has been filed.

The White House has also pointed to an October 2016 New York Post article in which a British man with a questionable past, including making unsubstantiated claims about British politicians’ behavior in the 1980s, challenged Leeds’ allegations, as an example of how the claims against the president have been refuted by eyewitnesses. The man, Anthony Gilberthorpe, told the paper he had been on the same flight and saw Leeds’ being “flirtatious.” Her account, he told the Post, was “wrong, wrong, wrong.”

The interview with Gilberthorpe had been arranged by the Trump campaign, the New York Post reported.

Leeds' accusations were the only ones that Trump specifically referenced during his Sept. 27 press conference.

"I've had many false charges; I had a woman sitting in an airplane and I attacked her while people were coming onto the plane. And I have a number-one bestseller out? I mean it was total phony story. There are many of them," Trump said at the press conference.

Trump's first book, "The Art of the Deal," was first published in 1987, which wouldn't have made him a best-selling author at the time of the alleged incident, which Leeds said took place in the late 1970s.

2. Kristin Anderson

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Kristin Anderson is seen in this undated Washington Post video.
Kristin Anderson is seen in this undated Washington Post video.Washington Post

Kristin Anderson told The Washington Post that Trump put his hand up her skirt to her underwear in the early 1990s.

After the story’s publication, ABC News spoke to a friend of Anderson, Brad Trent, who said he heard the account from Anderson the same year of the alleged incident. Trent told ABC News that Anderson had told him she was sitting next to Trump at the old China Club bar in New York where he slid his hand up her thigh and “grabbed her p----.”

In a statement included in the Post story, then-Trump campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks – now his communications director -- disputed Anderson's accusations. “Mr. Trump strongly denies this phony allegation by someone looking to get some free publicity,” she said at the time. “It is totally ridiculous.”

3. Jill Harth

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Jill Harth attends the New York Weddings Event at Metropolitan Pavilion,March 28, 2012, in New York.
Jill Harth attends the New York Weddings Event at Metropolitan Pavilion,March 28, 2012, in New York.Larry Busacca/Getty Images for New York Weddings

Jill Harth said she had dinner with Trump and her then-boyfriend, George Houraney, in 1992 when Trump allegedly tried to put his hands between her legs. She alleged he also tried to kiss her during a tour of his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida a month later when she and Houraney were there to celebrate solidifying a business contract.

Harth filed a lawsuit in 1997 alleging that Trump groped her and sexually harassed her, but she withdrew the suit, she says, as a condition of settling a separate financial dispute with him.

Harth’s lawsuit was reported in New York’s Daily News in 1997, and LawNewz published a post on its website in February 2016 revisiting the suit. After its publication, LawNewz reported that Trump subsequently called to deny the allegations. “It’s ridiculous, I never touched this woman,” LawNewz quoted Trump as saying.

In a New York Times article published a month before the 2016 election, Harth acknowledged that, even after she had accused Trump of sexual misconduct, she briefly dated him in 1998.

The Trump campaign also released emails from 2015 in which Harth, who now owns a cosmetics company, solicited the candidate for opportunities to do his hair and makeup. The Hill reported in December 2017 that Harth acknowledged sending the messages. That report came on the heels of another story in The Hill, which reported that after Harth publicly aired her allegations during the campaign, an unidentified donor came forward to pay the balance of a mortgage on Harth’s New York apartment.

Harth, in a statement published on the website of The Hill, said the stories were an attempt to malign her and her attorney, Lisa Bloom, characterizing the political journalism site as “an apologist for Trump and a rag for right-wing hit jobs."

Harth told ABC News in November 2017 she stands by her allegations but doesn’t want to speak any more about Trump.

4. Cathy Heller

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Cathy Heller attends The Wildlife Conservation Society's SAFARI! INDIA Gala at Central Park Zoo, June 3, 2008, in New York.Patrick McMullan/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

Cathy Heller first spoke to The Guardian newspaper about an alleged incident she said happened at a Mother’s Day brunch at Mar-a-Lago. She repeated her claims to ABC News and said she believes it happened in 1997.

She put her hand out to say hello to Trump and he grabbed her unexpectedly and started to kiss her on the lips, Heller told ABC News. She said she pulled away and he said, “Oh, come on.” She said no but he grabbed her again and got near her lips, Heller told ABC News. She said this happened in front of her family.

The Guardian reported that Heller's family is in a dispute with Mar-a-Lago regarding their efforts to get refunds of dues, and that Cathy Heller was a Clinton supporter who donated the personal maximum of $2,700 to the Clinton campaign.

After her story appeared in The Guardian, the Trump campaign released a statement Oct. 15, 2016, saying that it was a “false accusation.”

“There is no way that something like this would have happened in a public place on Mother’s Day at Mr. Trump’s resort. It would have been the talk of Palm Beach for the past two decades,” the campaign’s then-senior communications adviser Jason Miller said.

In late-November 2017, after Trump began questioning the veracity of the 2005 Access Hollywood tape and commented on male public figures who had lost their jobs over sexual harassment allegations, Heller told People magazine that Trump “is a hypocrite.”

“I don’t think he should be calling out anyone for sexual harassment or sexual assault, but I don’t think he can control himself,” Heller told the magazine.

5. Temple Taggart McDowell

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Temple Taggart holds a press conference at Little America Hotel, Oct. 28, 2016, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Temple Taggart holds a press conference at Little America Hotel, Oct. 28, 2016, in Salt Lake City, Utah.Chad Hurst/Getty Images

Temple Taggart was the 21-year-old Miss Utah when she participated in the Miss USA contest in 1997. She said Trump, who owned the pageant at the time, kissed her "directly on the lips.”

She first shared her story with The New York Times in May 2016, and Taggart, who now uses her married name of McDowell, reiterated her claims to ABC News through her lawyer, Gloria Allred. Trump denied the allegations to the Times, saying he is reluctant to kiss strangers on the lips.

"I don't even know who she is," Trump told NBC News in October 2016 in response to her allegations.

"She claims this took place in a public area. I never kissed her. I emphatically deny this ridiculous claim."

McDowell, through her attorney, reaffirmed her allegations to ABC News in November but declined to be interviewed.

6. Karena Virginia

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Karena Virginia (R) speaks at a press conference where she identifies herself as victim of sexual misconduct by Donald Trump at The London Hotel, Oct. 20, 2016, in New York. Karena... more
Karena Virginia (R) speaks at a press conference where she identifies herself as victim of sexual misconduct by Donald Trump at The London Hotel, Oct. 20, 2016, in New York. Karena Virginia states that she was a victim of inappropriate contact during an encounter with Donald Trump at the 1998 U.S. Open Tennis Tournament.Jemal Countess/Getty Images

Karena Virginia, a New York-area yoga instructor, said Trump approached her in 1998 outside the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York while she was awaiting a car service, made unseemly comments about her appearance, grabbed her arm and groped her breast.

"He then walked up to me and reached his right arm and grabbed my right arm," she said at a news conference in October 2016. “Then his hand touched the right inside of my breast."

Virginia, who was 27 at the time of the alleged incident, said she flinched, and Trump said, "Don't you know who I am?"

She has since reiterated her claims to ABC News through her lawyer, Gloria Allred. Trump has never released a specific statement about her claims.

7. Bridget Sullivan

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Bridget Sullivan is pictured on the right, congratulating the winner of Miss USA 2000 during the finals in February 2000.Orlin Wagner/AP

Bridget Sullivan, who was crowned Miss New Hampshire 2000, spoke publicly during the presidential campaign about how Trump came into the Miss Universe changing room while the contestants were naked.

“The time that he walked through the dressing rooms was really shocking. We were all naked,” she told Buzzfeed in May 2016.

CNN released recordings of a 2005 interview that Trump gave to radio host Howard Stern in which he talked about going backstage at pageants when the contestants were naked.

"No men are anywhere, and I’m allowed to go in, because I’m the owner of the pageant and therefore I’m inspecting it. ... ‘Is everyone OK’? You know, they’re standing there with no clothes. ‘Is everybody OK?’ And you see these incredible looking women, and so I sort of get away with things like that," Trump said in the recording.

Reached in November 2017, Sullivan declined to be interviewed. “I've said what I’ve needed to say,” she told ABC News.

Trump has never released a specific statement about her claims.

8. Tasha Dixon

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Tasha Dixon arrives at the Generosity Water's 3rd annual "Night Of Generosity" benefit, March 18, 2011, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Tasha Dixon arrives at the Generosity Water's 3rd annual "Night Of Generosity" benefit, March 18, 2011, in Beverly Hills, Calif.Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic/Getty Images

Former Miss Arizona Tasha Dixon says Trump walked into a dress rehearsal for a pageant in 2001 while the contestants were “half-naked’ and the women were told to “fawn all over him,” according to an interview Dixon gave to CBS Los Angeles station KCAL-TV in October of 2016.

Dixon, who says she was 18 at the time, said Trump came "strolling right in" during a dress rehearsal for the Miss USA pageant in 2001. She said it was the contestants' introduction to Trump and that the women were naked or half-naked, in a "very physically vulnerable position."

Dixon said she decided to speak out after hearing an old audio recording of Trump’s talking to Howard Stern about going backstage at pageants while contestants were naked or getting dressed.

Trump’s 2016 campaign team denied Dixon’s allegation.

“These accusations have no merit and have already been disproven by many other individuals who were present,” then-campaign adviser Jason Miller said. “When you see questionable attacks like this magically put out there in the final month of a presidential campaign, you have to ask yourself what the political motivations are and why the media is pushing it.”

9. Mindy McGillivray

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Mindy McGillivray speaks with a Palm Beach Post reporter, Oct. 14, 2016, at a resort in Palm Beach, Fla. McGillivray said she was groped by Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago 13 years ago.... more
Mindy McGillivray speaks with a Palm Beach Post reporter, Oct. 14, 2016, at a resort in Palm Beach, Fla. McGillivray said she was groped by Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago 13 years ago. She said she never reported it to authorities.Thomas Cordy/The Palm Beach Post via ZUMA/Newscom

Mindy McGillivray told The Palm Beach Post in October 2016 that Trump grabbed her rear end while she was working as a photographer's assistant at a 2003 event at Mar-a-Lago.

The photographer, Ken Davidoff, told the paper he vividly remembers McGillivray immediately pulling him aside to say that, “Donald just grabbed my a--.”

Then-Trump 2016 campaign spokeswoman Hicks told the paper that McGillivray's allegation “lacks any merit or veracity.”

The photographer's brother, Daryl Davidoff, told ABC News and other news organizations he was also at Mar-a-Lago on the night in question and doesn’t believe McGillivray's story.

In October 2016, when reached by ABC News, Daryl Davidoff, the brother of the photographer, said he was there at Mar-a-Lago on the night in question. He confirmed that McGillivray was working for Davidoff photography, their family business, the night she says she was groped by Trump, but he also said he never heard anything about Trump’s groping anyone. He said he doesn’t believe McGillivray’s story and his brother, Ken, hasn’t worked for the family photography business for years.

Daryl Davidoff also told The Palm Beach Post he believed McGillivray had made up the story as a publicity stunt. “Nobody saw it happen and she just wanted to be in the limelight,” he told the Post.

Ken Davidoff, in response to his brother’s comments, told The Palm Beach Post that he thought his brother was trying to discredit the story in order to prevent harm to the family business.

In December 2017, McGillivray reiterated her allegations to NBC, calling for a congressional ethics investigation during an appearance on “Megyn Kelly Today.” “I think it’s important that we hold this man to the highest of standards, and if 16 women have come forward, then why hasn’t anything been done? Where is our investigation? I want justice.”

Trump has never issued a specific statement about her allegation.

10. Rachel Crooks

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Rachel Crooks speaks during the press conference held by women accusing Trump of sexual harassment, Dec. 11, 2017, in New York City.
Rachel Crooks speaks during the press conference held by women accusing Trump of sexual harassment, Dec. 11, 2017, in New York City.Monica Schipper/Getty Images

Rachel Crooks, a secretary who worked in Trump’s building, told The New York Times that when she first met Trump in 2005, he shook her hand, then kissed her on the cheeks and then on the lips, while outside an elevator at Trump Tower in New York City. Crooks says she immediately told her sister in Ohio about the encounter with Trump.

Shortly after The New York Times story was published in October 2016, ABC News reached Crooks’ sister Brianne Webb, who, as reported in the Times article, told ABC News that she was the first person her sister called after the alleged incident. Crooks was very upset, Webb said, and worked up about just meeting Trump and having him allegedly kiss her directly on the mouth. Webb also said Crooks never went to the authorities.

The Trump campaign issued a lengthy statement denying the allegation that both Crooks and Leeds made in The New York Times article.

“This entire article is fiction, and for the New York Times to launch a completely false, coordinated character assassination against Mr. Trump on a topic like this is dangerous,” then-campaign senior communications advisor Jason Miller said in the statement at the time. “To reach back decades in an attempt to smear Mr. Trump trivializes sexual assault, and it sets a new low for where the media is willing to go in its efforts to determine this election.”

Crooks ran and lost a 2018 bid for a seat in the Ohio state legislature, and during the campaign she continued to repeat her accusations against Trump. She was featured in The Washington Post, prompting Trump to respond on Twitter in February 2018.

"A woman I don’t know and, to the best of my knowledge, never met, is on the FRONT PAGE of the Fake News Washington Post saying I kissed her (for two minutes yet) in the lobby of Trump Tower 12 years ago. Never happened! Who would do this in a public space with live security cameras running. Another False Accusation. Why doesn’t @washingtonpost report the story of the women taking money to make up stories about me? One had her home mortgage paid off. Only @FoxNews so reported...doesn’t fit the Mainstream Media narrative," he wrote in two tweets Tuesday.

 

 

A woman I don’t know and, to the best of my knowledge, never met, is on the FRONT PAGE of the Fake News Washington Post saying I kissed her (for two minutes yet) in the lobby of Trump Tower 12 years ago. Never happened! Who would do this in a public space with live security......

 
 
 
 

 

 

 

....cameras running. Another False Accusation. Why doesn’t @washingtonpost report the story of the women taking money to make up stories about me? One had her home mortgage paid off. Only @FoxNews so reported...doesn’t fit the Mainstream Media narrative.

 
 
 
 

 

ABC News reached out to the White House in February 2018 for any further comment on both Crooks’ claims and the accusations levied by the rest of the women on this list. The White House did not respond.

11. Natasha Stoynoff

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Journalist Natasha Stoynoff poses at the Simon & Schuster offices in downtown Toronto, Jan. 18, 2017. Stoynoff, who spoke out during the election campaign about being sexually... more
Journalist Natasha Stoynoff poses at the Simon & Schuster offices in downtown Toronto, Jan. 18, 2017. Stoynoff, who spoke out during the election campaign about being sexually attacked by Donald Trump when she was a writer at People magazine.Andrew Francis Wallace/Toronto Star via Getty Images

Natasha Stoynoff, a writer for People magazine, said Trump inappropriately touched her in 2005 when she was at Mar-a-Lago for an interview timed to coincide with the first anniversary of his marriage to Melania Trump.

Stoynoff wrote a first-person account of the alleged incident that was published in People in October 2016, saying he forced her against a wall and tried to kiss her during a break in the interview. The alleged attempted assault, Stoynoff wrote, was interrupted when Trump’s then-butler burst into the room.

The Trump campaign said the alleged incident “never happened. There is no merit or veracity to this fabricated story.” Trump himself tweeted “why didn’t the writer of this twelve year old article in People Magazine mention the ‘incident’ in her story. Because it did not happen!”

In her account of the story, Stoynoff said she later ran into Melania Trump in New York and it was a friendly encounter, though Melania Trump denied ever seeing her or having that interaction, and an attorney representing Melania Trump released a letter to People magazine demanding a retraction and an apology. People magazine said it stood by the story and did not issue a retraction.

After the publication of Stoynoff’s account, Trump’s former butler Tony Senecal also publicly refuted her allegations. “Never happened,” Senecal told ABC South Florida affiliate WPBF-TV.

A week later, People published a follow-up story quoting five colleagues and friends of Stoynoff who said the writer had told them about the alleged attack shortly after she returned from the assignment, and one friend who says she was with Stoynoff when she later ran into Melania Trump in New York City.

ABC News left several messages seeking comment from Stoynoff but received no response.

12. Jennifer Murphy

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Former "Apprentice" star and GoGirl founder Jennifer Murphy speaks at GoGirl Experience 2017, Nov. 5, 2017, in Newport Beach, Calif.
Former "Apprentice" star and GoGirl founder Jennifer Murphy speaks at GoGirl Experience 2017, Nov. 5, 2017, in Newport Beach, Calif.Michael Bezjian/Getty Images for GoGirl Worldwide

Jennifer Murphy, a contestant on the fourth season of “The Apprentice,” the reality-TV show that Trump used to host, told British magazine Grazia that Trump kissed her on the lips after a job interview in 2005. After she was fired from the reality-TV show, Murphy said, Trump followed up with her and said he wanted to offer her a job but could only do so after the finale had ended. Murphy told Grazia the alleged kissing incident took place during one of those post-show interviews.

"He walked me to the elevator, and I said goodbye. I was thinking, 'Oh, he’s going to hug me,’ but when he pulled my face in and gave me a smooch. I was like, ‘Oh kay.’ I didn’t know how to act. I was just a little taken aback and probably turned red. And I then I get into the elevator and thought, "Huh, Donald Trump just kissed me on the lips,"' she told the magazine.

The Grazia article was published weeks before the election, and at the time, Murphy said, she still planned to vote for Trump.

"I don’t want him to ever feel I’m throwing him under the bus, because I’m not. ... I was surprised, but then it didn’t really bother me because I didn’t feel he was being degrading, or he was being dishonest to Melania," Murphy told Grazia.

Trump has not released any specific statement about her claims.

13. Jessica Drake

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Jessica Drake speaks to reporters about allegations of sexual misconduct against Donald Trump, alongside lawyer Gloria Allred (L) during a news conference in Los Angeles, Oct. 22, 2016.
Jessica Drake speaks to reporters about allegations of sexual misconduct against Donald Trump, alongside lawyer Gloria Allred (L) during a news conference in Los Angeles, Oct. 22, 2016.Kevork Djansezian/Reuters

Adult film star Jessica Drake said Trump kissed her and two other women without their consent 10 years ago.

During an Oct. 22, 2016, news conference alongside her attorney Gloria Allred, the accuser provided a picture of her with Trump.

The Trump campaign called her allegations “totally false and ridiculous” and directly addressed the picture in a statement, saying “The picture is one of thousands taken out of respect for people asking to have their picture taken with Mr. Trump.”

Drake said she met Trump at a 2006 golf tournament in Lake Tahoe and walked the course with him during the competition. She then was invited up to his hotel suite and brought two other women with her because "I didn't feel right going alone," Drake said during the news conference.

"When we entered the room, he grabbed each of us tightly in a hug and kissed each one of us without asking permission," Drake said.

She went on to say that after she and the other women left, she received a call from Trump asking her to come back and have dinner with him.

"Donald then asked me 'What do you want? How much?'" Drake said.

Allred and Drake declined to provide names of people they said could back up the story. Allred told ABC News in November 2017 that Drake does not want to speak with any media.

14. Ninni Laaksonen

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Ninni Laaksonen, Miss Finland, attends Miss Universe Post Pageant VIP Party hosted by Chuck Nabit, Dave Geller, Ed St. John, Greg Barnhill, Freddie Wyatt, Rob Striker at The Standard Downtown, July 23, 2006, in New York City.Patrick McMullan/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

In 2006, Ninni Laaksonen competed in Miss Universe as Miss Finland. She told Finnish newspaper Ilta-Sanomat that Trump squeezed her rear end after posing for a photo before an appearance on “The David Letterman Show.”

"Trump stood right next to me and suddenly he squeezed my butt. He really grabbed my butt," she told Ilta-Sanomat, according to a translation obtained by The Guardian.

ABC News contacted Laaksonen for comment in December 2017. She replied: “I have never commented on this, and I won’t. I wish that you respect my will to live a normal life without interference.”

Trump has never released a specific statement about her claims.

15. Summer Zervos

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Summer Zervos, who is suing President Donald Trump in a defamation lawsuit, leaves Manhattan Supreme Court after a hearing in New York, Dec. 5, 2017. Zervos, a contestant on... more
Summer Zervos, who is suing President Donald Trump in a defamation lawsuit, leaves Manhattan Supreme Court after a hearing in New York, Dec. 5, 2017. Zervos, a contestant on Trump's reality TV show "The Apprentice" in 2006 who accused Trump of unwanted sexual contact in 2007, filed a defamation lawsuit after Trump dismissed her claims as "fabricated and made-up charges."Kathy Willens/AP

During the presidential campaign, Zervos, who was a competitor on the fifth season of "The Apprentice," came forward to allege that Trump abused his role as a potential employer, kissing her twice during a meeting at Trump Tower in New York, and later groping and kissing her in a California hotel room. Zervos said she did not report the alleged incidents to the authorities at the time.

“He grabbed my shoulder and began kissing me again aggressively and placed his hand on my breast,” Zervos said at an October 2016 news conference.

Zervos has since filed a lawsuit against Trump for alleged defamation after he called her and the other women accusing him liars. The suit was filed in state court in New York, three days before Trump’s inauguration.

In the lawsuit, Zervos' attorney wrote that while Trump said Zervos was lying, "it was Donald Trump who was lying when he falsely denied his predatory misconduct with Summer Zervos, and derided her for perpetrating a 'hoax' and making up a 'phony' story to get attention."

In March 2019, an appellate court in New York rejected Trump’s legal team’s argument that a sitting president cannot be sued .

His attorney Marc Kasowitz responded with a statement saying that Trump would be appealing to the state’s highest court.

16. Cassandra Searles

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Miss Washington USA, Cassandra Searles, is introduced during the 2013 Miss USA pageant at PH Live at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, June 16, 2013, in Las Vegas.Ethan Miller/Getty Images

In June 2016, former Miss Washington Cassandra Searles shared a post on Facebook that is no longer available publicly.

The post had a picture of the group of Miss Universe contestants from 2013 with Trump in the center. In the caption of the photo, which was screen-grabbed by Yahoo, she wrote that "this one guy treated us like cattle" and "I forgot to mention that guy will be running to become the next President of United States."

Rolling Stone reported that Searle updated her original post, adding a comment to the thread.

"He probably doesn’t want me telling the story about that time he continually grabbed my ass and invited me to his hotel room," Searle wrote, according to Rolling Stone.

ABC News has not been able to reach Searles, and Trump has not released a specific statement about her claims.

17. E. Jean Carroll

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E. Jean Carroll is photographed on June 23, 2019, in New York.Craig Ruttle/AP

More than two years into Trump’s presidency, another accuser came forward with an accusation of an alleged decades-old incident.

In a New York magazine article posted June 21, 2019, advice columnist E. Jean Carroll accused Trump of sexually assaulting her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room 23 years ago. The article features an excerpt from Carroll’s forthcoming book “What Do We Need Men For” which is set to be released July 2.

In response to Carroll’s allegations, Trump issued a statement hours after the article posted, vehemently denying her claims, and said that he never even met Carroll. “She is trying to sell a new book—that should indicate her motivation. It should be sold in the fiction section. Shame on those who make up false stories of assault to try to get publicity for themselves, or sell a book, or carry out a political agenda.”

New York Magazine, in the online article, included a photo provided by Carroll which shows Carroll, Donald Trump and his then-wife Ivana, and Carroll’s then husband, television news anchor John Johnson, attending an NBC party around 1987.

ABC News has obtained an advance copy of the book, in which Carroll, now 75, detailed the alleged assault in four pages, writing she ran into Trump at the revolving door entrance of the high end department store’s entrance sometime during the fall of 1995 or spring of 1996. She claims he said to her “Hey, you’re that Advice Lady” and then asked her advice on buying a present for “a girl.” She writes the two ended up in the lingerie department where Carroll claims he asked her to try on a see-through bodysuit. Inside the dressing room, Carroll alleges that Trump lunged at her, pushed her against the wall, placed his mouth on her lips, and reached under her coatdress and pulled down her tights. In Carroll’s own words, she alleges: “The next moment, still wearing correct business attire, shirt, tie, suit jacket, overcoat, he opens the overcoat, unzips his pants, and, forcing his fingers around my private area, then thrusts his penis halfway- or completely, I’m not certain- inside me. It turns into a colossal struggle.”

Carroll said she never reported the incident to the police, but that she confided in two friends, contemporaneously.

ABC News reached both of Carroll’s friends who asked that their names not be used but corroborated that what she told them at the time of the alleged incident is what she described in her book.

On June 23, 2019, Trump reiterated his denials during an interview with The Hill, saying that Carroll was “totally lying” and going on to say that “she’s not my type” and “it never happened.”

ABC News’ James Hill, Cindy Smith and Kaitlyn Folmer contributed to this report.

 

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/list-trumps-accusers-allegations-sexual-misconduct/story?id=51956410

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6 minutes ago, Victor7 said:

Well Trump has had like 15-20 women accuse him of the same and nothing's ever come from it sooooooooooo

The main point is that these things are swept under the rug when dems are involved.  :classic_biggrin:

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3 minutes ago, junglesouljah said:

The Trump supporters will never acknowledge that their lord and savor Trump could sexually assault someone.

All consensual, my man.

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Just now, Thebowflexbody said:

The main point is that these things are swept under the rug when dems are involved.  :classic_biggrin:

Only you would be able to use a smiley face emoji when Trump is being accused of sexual assault by multiple people. 


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2 minutes ago, junglesouljah said:

Only you would be able to use a smiley face emoji when Trump is being accused of sexual assault by multiple people. 

:classic_biggrin:You:classic_biggrin:are:classic_biggrin:too:classic_biggrin:much.

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24 minutes ago, Victor7 said:

Well Trump has had like 15-20 women accuse him of the same and nothing's ever come from it sooooooooooo

Believe me, we know all about them. There have never been any criminal charges but there have been payoffs and I'm sure Trump hit on a lot of women but even by their own stories nothing has been in the realm of rape or anything like that. My point is, where is the outrage over Biden's? We've been hearing about Trump's liaisons for the past 3 years but not a peep in the media about this. In fact, I'll bet you didn't know about it either until I posted it tonight.

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4 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Believe me, we know all about them. There have never been any criminal charges but there have been payoffs and I'm sure Trump hit on a lot of women but even by their own stories nothing has been in the realm of rape or anything like that. My point is, where is the outrage over Biden's? We've been hearing about Trump's liaisons for the past 3 years but not a peep in the media about this. In fact, I'll bet you didn't know about it either until I posted it tonight.

Did anyone ?

I honestly don't give one millionth of a fuck. I was just pointing out that ever since Trump was elected despite the many accusations this is all irrelevant. Any guy (dem or rep) that's ever been or will be accused won't be any different. 


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2 minutes ago, Victor7 said:

Did anyone ?

I honestly don't give one millionth of a fuck. I was just pointing out that ever since Trump was elected despite the many accusations this is all irrelevant. Any guy (dem or rep) that's ever been or will be accused won't be any different. 

In your opinion, why is this not generating headlines?


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8 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Believe me, we know all about them. There have never been any criminal charges but there have been payoffs and I'm sure Trump hit on a lot of women but even by their own stories nothing has been in the realm of rape or anything like that. My point is, where is the outrage over Biden's? We've been hearing about Trump's liaisons for the past 3 years but not a peep in the media about this. In fact, I'll bet you didn't know about it either until I posted it tonight.

It's called being a hypocrite.  They're only "outraged" when such a thing possibly involves someone they hate.  Conveniently look the other way otherwise.  The convictions don't run too deep.  

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3 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

In your opinion, why is this not generating headlines?

Trump was accused by 15-20 or whatever and he's president. So whats the big deal with one ?? Chump change. That's the new "normal" .... its fucked up. But that's what it is. 

 

But like I said. I don't really care. I'm not even american as most of you know. I'm just bored at home in this damn quarantine. 


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53 minutes ago, Victor7 said:

Trump was accused by 15-20 or whatever and he's president. So whats the big deal with one ?? Chump change. That's the new "normal" .... its fucked up. But that's what it is. 

But like I said. I don't really care. I'm not even american as most of you know. I'm just bored at home in this damn quarantine. 

Yeah but you didn't answer my question, why is this one flying under the radar? If it were the anti-establishment candidate it would be all over the news. For the Kavanaugh hearing they had women just making shit up getting everyone enraged and that guy is a fucking choir boy.


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We're up to 7 now.

Seven women have now accused Joe Biden of inappropriate touching

 

A total of seven women have come forward with accusations of inappropriate behavior, with three of them speaking out after former Vice President Joe Biden responded to the previous allegations in a video posted to Twitter Wednesday.

Sitting cross-legged in a leather seat, Biden didn’t offer an apology but addressed the “gestures of support and encouragement that I’ve made to women and some men that have made them uncomfortable.”

The gestures the women recalled include inhaling the hair of former Nevada lawmaker Lucy Flores and kissing the back of her head; rubbing noses with former political aide Amy Lappos; resting his hand on the thigh of sexual assault survivor Caitlyn Caruso during an event on sexual assault at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and hugging her “just a little bit too long”; and, last but most likely not least, dropping his hand down the back of writer D. J. Hill at a fundraising event in Minneapolis.

On Wednesday, after Biden pledged to be “more mindful and respectful of people’s personal space,” three more women accused him of inappropriate behavior, as reported by the Washington Post. Vail Kohnert-Yount was a White House intern when, she said, Biden introduced himself to her in the basement of the West Wing and “put his hand on the back of my head and pressed his forehead to my forehead while he talked to me.”

 

Kohnert-Yount in a statement said, “I was so shocked that it was hard to focus on what he was saying. I remember he told me I was a ‘pretty girl.’”

Sofie Karasek met Biden at the Oscars along with a group of 50 sexual assault victims who appeared onstage with Lady Gaga. Karasek said that after the ceremony, she decided to share with Biden, who introduced Gaga’s performance, a story about a college student who’d committed suicide after being sexually assaulted, and, as reported by the Washington Post, “Biden responded by clasping her hands and leaning down to place his forehead against hers.”

The third women, Ally Coll, was a Democratic staffer working at a reception when she was introduced to Biden, who, she said, “leaned in, squeezed her shoulders and delivered a compliment about her smile, holding her ‘for a beat too long,’” the Washington Post reported.

No men have come forward, but all of the women have said Biden’s unwanted behavior wasn’t sexual but made them uncomfortable.

“Social norms have begun to change,” Biden said in his video response. “They’ve shifted, and the boundaries of protecting personal space have been reset. And I get it.”

Biden is leading the 2020 Democratic pack in polls though he hasn’t officially announced his bid. He was expected to announce his run later this month.

After Flores suggested Biden be disqualified from running for president, a number of women came to his defense, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

“He has to understand in the world that we’re in now that people’s space is important to them,” she said Tuesday, “and what’s important is how they receive it and not necessarily how you intended it.”

“I've always tried to make a human connection,” Biden said in his video. “That’s my responsibility, I think. I shake hands, I hug people. I grab men and women by the shoulders and say, ‘You can do this.’ And whether they’re women, men, young, old, it’s the way I’ve always been.”

“It’s the way I've tried to show I care about them and I’m listening,” he added.

After Biden’s response, actress and #MeToo activist Alyssa Milano, who rallied against then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh when he was accused of sexual assault, tweeted her support for Biden, writing, “My friend, Joe Biden” along with his video statement.

Joe Biden “is not a pervert or sexual harasser,” wrote Ana Navarro-Cárdenas, conservative co-host of “The View.” “Good he put out this video. Good he ‘gets it.’ I don’t know about everyone, but I’m done, done, done with this.”

Eric Holder, former attorney general under President Barack Obama, also lauded Biden’s response, calling it on Twitter a “genuine - appropriate - expression of determination to change by a great public servant. A stark contrast to another who occupies high office in our nation.”

In an effort to explain his actions, Biden in his video referenced personal tragedies he had suffered, like the loss of his first wife and baby daughter in a 1972 car crash and the death of his adult son Beau to brain cancer in 2015.

“Over the years, knowing what I’ve been through, the things that I’ve faced, I found that scores, if not hundreds of people come up to me and reached out for solace and comfort, something, anything that may help them get through the tragedy they’re going through. And so it’s just who I am.”

Biden, who in a previous statement said “not once — never — did I believe I acted inappropriately,” repeated that he is listening but defended his way of “connecting with people.”

“I hear what they’re saying, I understand it,” he said. “But I’ll always believe governing, quite frankly — life, for that matter — is about connecting, about connecting with people. That won’t change, but I will be more mindful and respectful of people’s personal space. And that’s a good thing.”

The accusations have not only led to questions of Biden’s fitness to lead a progressive Democratic Party into 2020, but also gave legs to claims that the 76-year-old is behind the times of the #MeToo movement — an accusation Biden rejected.

“I’ve worked my whole life to empower women,” said Biden.” I’ve worked my whole life to prevent abuse. So the idea that I can’t adjust to the fact that personal space is important, more important than it’s ever been, is just not thinkable. I will.”

 

 


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18 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Yeah but you didn't answer my question, why is this one flying under the radar? If it were the anti-establishment candidate it would be all over the news. For the Kavanaugh hearing they had women just making shit up getting everyone enraged and that guy is a fucking choir boy.

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1 minute ago, Victor7 said:

Neither did you. 

The answer is that people who accuse others should live by the standards they set for their enemies.

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Whoever leads the Democratic polling is going to get accused of sexual assault by multiple people

Plenty of other lawyers besides Michael Cohen to deliver bribe money

 this is the America you retards created. Get used to it. We are not the leader of the world that we used to be, we are closer to a third world country with the standards the Commander in shit has put in place

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43 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Yeah but you didn't answer my question, why is this one flying under the radar? If it were the anti-establishment candidate it would be all over the news. For the Kavanaugh hearing they had women just making shit up getting everyone enraged and that guy is a fucking choir boy.

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