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List of Trump's accusers and their allegations of sexual misconduct

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The Times article appeared three days after the second presidential debate, during which Trump denied ever kissing or groping women without consent.Leeds has since reiterated her accusations to ABC News and has repeated it publicly, including at a news conference in December 2017 alongside two other accusers, calling on Congress to investigate the allegations against Trump.Trump denied the allegations made by Leeds and by Rachel Crooks, another woman who spoke to The New York Times in the same 2016 article. There are many of them," Trump said at the press conference.Trump's first book, "The Art of the Deal," was first published in 1987, which wouldn't have made him a best-selling author at the time of the alleged incident, which Leeds said took place in the late 1970s.Kristin Anderson told The Washington Post that Trump put his hand up her skirt to her underwear in the early 1990s.After the story’s publication, ABC News spoke to a friend of Anderson, Brad Trent, who said he heard the account from Anderson the year of the alleged incident. That report came on the heels of another story in The Hill, which reported that after Harth publicly aired her allegations during the campaign, an unidentified donor came forward to pay the balance of a mortgage on Harth’s New York apartment.Harth, in a statement published on the website of The Hill, said the stories were an attempt to malign her and her attorney, Lisa Bloom, characterizing the political journalism site as “an apologist for Trump and a rag for right-wing hit jobs."Harth told ABC News in November 2017 she stands by her allegations but doesn’t want to speak any more about Trump.Cathy Heller first spoke to The Guardian newspaper about an alleged incident she said happened at a Mother’s Day brunch at Mar-a-Lago. “When you see questionable attacks like this magically put out there in the final month of a presidential campaign, you have to ask yourself what the political motivations are and why the media is pushing it.”Mindy McGillivray told The Palm Beach Post in October 2016 that Trump grabbed her rear end while she was working as a photographer's assistant at a 2003 event at Mar-a-Lago.The photographer, Ken Davidoff, told the paper he vividly remembers McGillivray immediately pulling him aside to say, “Donald just grabbed my a--.”Then Trump 2016 campaign spokeswoman Hicks told the paper that McGillivray's allegation “lacks any merit or veracity.”The photographer's brother, Daryl Davidoff, told ABC News and other news organizations that he was also at Mar-a-Lago on the night in question and doesn’t believe McGillivray's story.In October 2016, when reached by ABC News, Daryl Davidoff confirmed that McGillivray was working for Davidoff photography, their family business, the night she says she was groped by Trump, but he also said he never heard anything about Trump’s groping anyone. Crooks says she immediately told her sister in Ohio about the encounter with Trump.Shortly after The New York Times story was published in October 2016, ABC News reached Crooks’ sister Brianne Webb, who, as reported in the Times article, told ABC News that she was the first person her sister called after the alleged incident. “Never happened,” Senecal told ABC South Florida affiliate WPBF-TV.A week later, People published a follow-up story quoting five colleagues and friends of Stoynoff who said the writer had told them about the alleged attack shortly after she returned from the assignment; it also quote a friend who says she was with Stoynoff when she later ran into Melania Trump in New York City.ABC News left several messages seeking comment from Stoynoff but received no response.Jennifer Murphy, a contestant on the fourth season of “The Apprentice,” the reality-TV show that Trump used to host, told British magazine Grazia that Trump kissed her on the lips after a job interview in 2005. I was surprised, but then it didn’t really bother me because I didn’t feel he was being degrading, or he was being dishonest to Melania," Murphy told Grazia.Trump has not released any specific statement about her claims.Adult film star Jessica Drake said Trump kissed her and two other women without their consent 10 years ago.During an Oct. 22, 2016, news conference alongside her attorney Gloria Allred, the accuser provided a picture of her with Trump.The Trump campaign called her allegations “totally false and ridiculous” and directly addressed the picture in a statement, saying, “The picture is one of thousands taken out of respect for people asking to have their picture taken with Mr. Trump.”Drake said she met Trump at a 2006 golf tournament in Lake Tahoe and walked the course with him during the competition. In the caption of the photo, which was screen-grabbed by Yahoo, she wrote that "this one guy treated us like cattle" and "I forgot to mention that guy will be running to become the next President of United States."Rolling Stone reported that Searle updated her original post, adding a comment to the thread."He probably doesn’t want me telling the story about that time he continually grabbed my ass and invited me to his hotel room," Searle wrote, according to Rolling Stone.ABC News has not been able to reach Searles, and Trump has not released a specific statement about her claims.More than two years into Trump’s presidency, another accuser came forward with an accusation of an alleged decades-old incident.In a New York magazine article posted June 21, 2019, advice columnist E. It turns into a colossal struggle.”Carroll said she never reported the incident to the police, but that she confided in two friends, contemporaneously.ABC News reached both of Carroll’s friends who asked that their names not be used but corroborated that what she described in her book is what she told them at the time of the alleged incident.On June 23, 2019, Trump reiterated his denials during an interview with The Hill, saying that Carroll was “totally lying” and going on to say that “she’s not my type” and “it never happened.”With less than seven weeks to go until the 2020 election, another former model came out with a sexual assault allegation against the president.Amy Dorris, in an exclusive interview with The Guardian, claimed that at the 1997 U.S. Open in New York Trump groped her body and forced his tongue into her mouth outside of a bathroom.Dorris says she watched the matches from Trump's private box with her then-boyfriend, Jason Binn, who was close with the real estate mogul.

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