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BREAKING: Trump Holds Surprise Pre-Debate Press Conference with Clinton Accusers

St. Louis – This rollercoaster of a presidential campaign took a new and unprecedented twist Sunday evening when Republican nominee Donald Trump staged a surprise news conference — 90 minutes before his scheduled debate with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton — alongside a group of women who have publicly accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct. Three of the women present — Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, and Juanita Broaddrick — have previously alleged various offenses against the former president, ranging from harassment to rape.
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