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Law professor: What Donald Trump claims he did to women in leaked audio may not be sexual assault

Despite widespread disgust and claims of sexual assault on both sides of the political aisle, a prominent law professor suggested that Donald Trump's lewd claims on leaked audio from 2005 may not constitute sexual assault from a legal perspective. In the audio, Trump brags about being able to "grab" women by the p---y because of his fame. Since Friday, many prominent Republicans — some of whom characterized Trump's admission as sexual assault — withdrew their endorsements in never-before-seen numbers.
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