NYT says no libel, no retraction, no apology for Trump story


Trump has denied the allegations, calling the women liars.

So far, it appears ten women have come forward to accuse Trump of unwanted sexual advances, not that any of his supporters could care less.

Trump’s campaign was already reeling after the release of an explosive 2005 video last week that captured the candidate bragging about how his fame allowed him to grope women with impunity. Zervos said during that meeting, Trump became sexually aggressive, kissing her open-mouthed and touching her breast.

When asked to comment on the accusations, Mr Trump told a Times reporter that she was a “disgusting human being”. “His hands were everywhere”. We didn’t even really look at each other. He later invited her to dinner, and when she met him at his hotel, Zervos said, Trump nearly immediately began kissing her and placed his hand on her breasts.

Zervos said she is a Republican and has no political agenda in coming forward.

His campaign later called it an attempt to smear the candidate.

Kasowitz has said that if the paper were to stand by their article it would force Trump to legal action, but Reuters reports that Trump hasn’t actually sued a newspaper for libel in three decades, despite repeatedly threatening to do so.

Read the full statement at The New York Times.

An attorney for The New York Times has rejected a demand from a law firm representing Donald Trump to remove and retract a story about women who claimed the Republican presidential nominee had engaged in sexual misconduct with them.

In a lengthy account published late on Wednesday night, People magazine writer Natasha Stoynoff recalled travelling to Mr Trump’s Florida property Mar-a-Lago to interview him with his wife Melania, also in 2005. “I was startled. I jumped”, McGillivray said.

Trump again insisted that the allegations against him are false, and suggested his accusers are seeking fame. According to RealityTVWorld.com, she was the first contestant “fired” by Trump, after she interrupted him during the show’s boardroom session. “I turned around, and within seconds, he was pushing me against the wall, and forcing his tongue down my throat”, Stoynoff said.

“This was a powerful individual speaking freely and openly about sexually predatory behavior, and actually bragging about kissing and groping women, using language so obscene that many of us were anxious about our children hearing it when we turn on the TV”, the First Lady said. “These events never happened and the people who said them meekly understand”.

“It was announced Donald Trump was going to come in and before you could put on a robe or kinda dress yourself he walked in”, Dixon said.

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