Oct 14, 2016
By Christine Ross
Two more women have come forward claiming they were sexually assault by Donald Trump. Kristin Anderson told The Washington Post that she was sitting on a couch at a New York nightclub in the early 1990’s when she alleges he touched her inappropriately and without permission. Trump’s campaign calls the allegation “totally ridiculous.” A former contestant on the TV show “The Apprentice” says it happened at a Beverly Hills hotel in 2007. Summer Zervos appeared at a news conference with lawyer Gloria Allred, who says her client told her parents and others about the incident shortly after it occurred. The Republican presidential candidate insists he’s never met some of the women now accusing him of groping them or forcing himself on them. Trump running mate Mike Pence says Trump’s campaign is working on producing evidence to support Trump’s denial of claims by women.
A Canadian politician is slamming Donald Trump as a man who will scare women away from running for public office. BC Premier Christy Clark says the sad thing is that things are unlikely to change unless more women get involved.She also decries the way Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is being treated. Clark calls Trump’s treatment of women absolutely disgraceful.