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WATCH: Trump Accusers Hold Press Conference to Demand Probe


Several women who have accused Donald Trump of sexual harassment and sexual assault are holding a press conference to demand an investigation into their allegations. The women will reportedly share their “firsthand accounts” of President Trump groping, fondling, forcibly kissing and harassing them. Trump has repeatedly denied these claims, and even threatened to sue some of the women (which he has never done).

Law&Crime first reported the story of Jill Harth, who was a business acquaintance of Donald Trump. She reported that back in the 1990’s Trump groped her on multiple occasions. She sued but later dropped the case after her then partner entered a settlement agreement for an unrelated business matter.

In November, Brave New Films released a documentary entitled “16 Women and Donald Trump.” The film compiles their stories.

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