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Trump Suggests He Didn’t Assault People Writer Because She Wasn’t Hot Enough to Assault

On Thursday, Donald Trump responded to numerous new accusations of sexual assault and abuse in a rambling speech in West Palm Beach, Florida. After dismissing a New York Times report about a woman who says that Trump sexually assaulted her on a plane in the early 1980s as a “totally fabricated and false story” written by “two discredited writers,” Trump turned his sights to a first-person essay by People writer Natasha Stoynoff.
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