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Trump's lewd remarks concern campuses fighting sex assault

[...] when news broke that Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for president, had bragged of groping women and then trivialized it as "locker room talk," it felt to some students like a repudiation of their efforts. At Connecticut College, the director of sexual violence prevention said the presidential contender's remarks likely would become fodder for small group discussions, as happened after a videotape surfaced of Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice hitting his fiancee.
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