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Trial by Media as Trump is being turned into the next Bill Cosby

  • Five women claimed they were touched inappropriately by Donald Trump
  • The New York Times published two of the five allegations against Trump
  • He is reportedly considering suing the newspaper for publishing the story
  • Trump insiders told DailyMail.com Trump is going to ‘war’ with the Times
  • One woman said Trump was ‘like an octopus’ when he ‘assaulted’ her
  • Trump denied the allegations, accusing the reporter of making them up
  • The Palm Beach Post also claims another woman was groped by Trump
  • A fourth accused Trump on Facebook of groping and trying to seduce her
  • Cassandra Searles, a former Miss USA contestant, made her claim online
  • ‘He continually grabbed my a** and invited me to his hotel room,’ she said
  • Fifth woman to accuse him was People Magazine writer Natasha Stoynoff
  • Stoynoff said Trump forced himself on her while she was interviewing him
  • He said they were ‘going to have an affair’, as Melania was out of the room
  • Clinton’s campaign said allegations ‘fit everything we know’ about Trump

Five women have come forward to accuse Donald Trump of trying to touch them inappropriately without their consent.

The New York Times claims to have spoken to two women who say they were victims of the Republican nominee in two separate incidents that took place in 1980 and another in 2005.

Those allegations were then followed by ones from the Palm Beach Post and People Magazine, while Yahoo News republished an accusation made earlier this year.

Trump’s campaign denied the accusations, saying they are ‘fiction’ and ‘completely false’.

His former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski also raised questions about the validity of the allegations, before trying to compare Trump’s alleged abuse to Hillary Clinton’s work as a lawyer when she defended a rapist.

Trump’s legal team also appeared to hit back against the claim, sending the New York Times a letter demanding a retraction.

‘Your article is reckless, defamatory and constitutes libel per se. It is apparent from, among other things, the timing of the article, that this is nothing more than a politically-motivated attempt to defeat Mr Trump’s candidacy,’ it reads.

Meanwhile, two sources in Trump’s campaign told DailyMail.com a lawsuit against the Times is already being drafted. One of those sources, a senior campaign aide, said the Republican nominee for president is going to ‘war’ against the newspaper.

Between Hackers and the Media Party, elections certainly have become more intense. ?Finding capable candidates that have no skeletons at all will be impossible.


Daily Mail