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RNC official not sure if grabbing genitals is sexual assault

Sean Spicer is “not a lawyer,” so he can’t answer the question. “I don’t know,” Sean Spicer said after Sunday’s debate, according to The Weekly Standard. “I’m not a lawyer.” Spicer was responding to a question about Donald Trump’s 2005 comments about women in a recording that was leaked The Washington Post on Friday.
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