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Donald Trump Sexual Abuse Accusers Come Forward

Four women went public Wednesday with allegations that Donald Trump groped and kissed them without their consent. In a New York Times report, Jessica Leeds recounted how Trump touched her during a plane flight 30 years ago, and Rachel Crooks stated that the businessman kissed her outside of a Trump Tower elevator in 2005. Former People reporter Natasha Stoynoff wrote a first-person account of Trump making sexual advances on her in 2005, and Mandy McGillivray told the Palm Beach Post that Trump groped her at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida 13 years ago.  Read more.

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