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Meanwhile, first lady Michelle Obama, campaigning on Hillary Clinton's behalf, warned that Trump's behavior sends a unsafe message to the nation's children.

"The belief that you can do anything you want to a woman, it is cruel, it is frightening, and the truth is it hurts", Obama said in battleground New Hampshire. She declared, "Enough is enough".

In the "Access Hollywood" footage, first reported by The Washington Post, Trump bragged of groping women without their permission, making sexual advances toward a married woman and automatically kissing women he considered attractive.

He hammered the story again at a rally later in West Palm Beach, Florida. He added, "The establishment is going somewhat insane".

In a statement released Wednesday night following the report's publication, Trump campaign senior communication advisor Jason Miller, said, "This entire article is fiction, and for the New York Times to launch a completely false, coordinated character assassination against Mr. Trump on a topic like this is risky".

One woman, 74-year-old Jessica Leeds, alleged that the GOP nominee had once groped her breasts and tried to put his hand up her skirt while the two were seated next to each other on a flight to NY more than three decades ago.

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People magazine writer Natasha Stoynoff opens up about her harrowing experience in a new article for the site.

Trump's lawyers have asked the Times to retract its story and apologize or else face legal action, according to a letter released by the Trump campaign Wednesday. His campaign threatened to sue. "To reach back decades in an attempt to smear Mr. Trump trivializes sexual assault, and it sets a new low for where the media is willing to go in its efforts to determine this election".

"'Every' the operative word here", wrote Conway, whose campaign is now attacking the credibility of the new allegations against Trump.

As of this week, nine women have accused Trump of inappropriate touching or kissing.

But actress Arianne Zucker says she wasn't shocked by it, given "that type of personality". She says that's "probably why it doesn't mean a lot to me".

The report came just two days after a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll showed one in five Republicans thought Trump's comments about groping women disqualified him from the presidency.

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The talks will cover issues of trade, defence and immigration cooperation. "The leaders agreed to progressively remove all barriers to trade between the two countries".

Donald Trump is not happy. The U.S. government has publicly blamed Russian Federation for the hacking of Democratic groups this year.

In fact, no, Trump did not. The Trump campaign issued a broad denial. He acquiesced to a radio host's request to discuss Mr. Trump's own daughter as a 'piece of ass.' Multiple women not mentioned in our article have publicly come forward to report on Mr. Trump's unwanted advances.

Bill Clinton never faced any criminal charges over the allegations, and a lawsuit over an alleged rape was dismissed.

The essence of a libel claim, of course, is the protection of one's reputation. Others surveyed by BuzzFeed News said they didn't recall Trump doing that. She has yet to respond directly to Trump's decision to resurrect accusations about her husband. Increasingly, Trump's campaign feels like an opportunity for longtime Clinton opponents to air decades worth of grievances about the Democratic power couple on the biggest stage in American politics.

Hillary Clinton, who is on pace to become America's first female president if her lead holds, has tried to stay above the fray.

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