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In October 2016, Donald Trump’s notorious Access Hollywood hot-mic footage emerged, and the rest, as they state, is history. In the middle of sounds of a whooping Billy Bush, Trump was heard boasting about unwanted sexual advances and how females let him do anything– even “grab them by the p * ssy”– due to the fact that he was famous. Trump consequently referred to these remarks as mere “locker-room banter,” and he even released a unusual apology while stating,” I’ve stated and done things that I are sorry for, and the words launched today on this more-than-a-decade-old video are among them.” Now, Trump is obviously claiming that he never ever in fact stated these words, and he concerns whether the voice in that video is his.Say what? In a New York Times report about Trump’s support of Alabama Senate confident and Roy Moore (in spite of those sexual assault claims), the president is referred to as seeing the Moore scandal as backlash over his so-called locker-room talk. Trump is now attempting to

remove the previous: However something much deeper has actually been taking in Mr. Trump. He sees the calls for Mr. Moore to step aside as a version of the response to the now-famous Access Hollywood tape, where he boasted about grabbing ladies’s genitalia, and the flood of searching accusations against him that followed soon after. He recommended to a senator previously this year that it was not authentic, and duplicated that claim to an adviser more recently.If this report is true, Trump is brushing aside accusations of very serious crimes and making it all about himself. He does not seem concerned about the allegations at all, and undoubtedly Trump continued his pro-Moore crusade with a set of Sunday early morning tweets. Within them, he trashes Democratic challenger Doug Jones as “a disaster”and “BAD! “

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