The rape allegations surrounding Donald Trump could prove to be the final undoing of his presidential campaign.
Sexual assault and rape accusations have dogged Trump lately, who has unsuccessfully tried to steer away from them by denying them completely. His campaign has questioned the credibility of the accusations thrown at him, insisting that the timing of the revelations by the women suggest that it is an attempt to smear Trump a couple of weeks before the general election. But, on the other hand, a case could be made that these women are only coming forward now because they are finally seeing a very real possibility of a man who assaulted them at some point in their lives becoming the next president of the United States.
As the Inquisitr reported last week, 11 women have categorically stated that Donald Trump sexually assaulted them in the past, with one woman, only known to us as “Jane Doe,” having even filed a lawsuit in a New York court alleging that the Republican nominee raped her in 1994 when she was only 13-years-old.