GOP nominee Donald Trump is still reeling from the steady influx of new female accusers that claim Trump sexually assaulted them. Trump now alleges that Hillary Clinton set out to “poison the minds” of the voters with claims that he has a decades-long history of sexually assaulting women, Politico reports.
At least six women have accused Donald Trump of sexually assaulting them, dating back to the 1970s. The Republican nominee clapped back at his opponent by stating that these “horrible accusations are completely false.”
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) October 15, 2016
“One-hundred percent fabricated and made-up charges, pushed strongly by the media and the Clinton Campaign, may poison the minds of the American voter,” Trump tweeted early Saturday morning.
Donald followed his original tweet with,” This election is being rigged by the media pushing false and unsubstantiated charges, and outright lies, in order to elect Crooked Hillary.”
Donald Trump told the crowd during a rally in New Hampshire that he firmly believes that the election is rigged at the hands of the media. He claims that all the women that accused him of sexual misconduct were in on a scheme to derail him from winning the election. He repeated that he has “never sexually assaulted anyone.”
“The election is rigged. The media has yet to cover the contents of Crooked Hillary’s 33,000 email leak. We can’t let them win,” Donald Trump screamed at his crowd. The Trump supporters chanted, “Lock her up. Lock her up.”
Donald has denied the allegations against him over and over, and even implied that the women who accused him are not attractive enough to be a target of his affection. As insulting as his implication was, his followers believed him and became a threat to the women brave enough to tell their stories.
Late on Friday, Donald’s campaign read a statement from the cousin of Summer Zervos, a former contestant on The Apprentice, who accused Trump of harassing her when she asked for career advice after her time on his reality series.
— Perez Hilton (@PerezHilton) October 15, 2016
“I am completely shocked and bewildered by my cousin, Summer Zervos, and her press conference today. Ever since she was on The Apprentice, she has had nothing but glowing things to say about Donald Trump,” John Berry stated. Trump’s campaign released the statement in an attempt to refute at least one of the half of a dozen sexual assault claims against the presidential nominee.
The women who are brave enough to accuse the GOP nominee of sexual assault state that they received threats from his dedicated supporters after their press conference. One of his accusers was forced out of the country after Trump alleged discovered “proof” that she lied about the incident, reports Occupy Democrats.
— E24-7 Magazine (@E247Magazine1) April 29, 2016
Donald Trump has the cards stacked against him as he heads into the last three weeks of his campaign. Many of the Republicans who supported him decided to pull their endorsements after the lewd comments and the sexual assault claims began to surface.
“These are lies being pushed by the media and the Clinton campaign to try and keep their grip on our country. They are all false. They’re totally invented fiction. All 100 percent totally and completely fabricated. Never met this person, these people. I don’t know who they are.”
Donald Trump believes that Hillary should be put in jail for the scandal over the use of private email server while she conducted official national security issues. He implied that if he were elected, he would find a way to jail her.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) October 15, 2016
“Hillary Clinton should have bene prosecuted and should be in prison. Instead, she is running for president in what looks like a rigged election,” Donald Trump tweeted.
There are only 24 days left until the November 8 election. It sounds like both candidates are working every resource they have to reach every voter possible. Do you think Hillary Clinton should be in jail for her email scandal? Is the 2016 election rigged by the media like Donald Trump implied?
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