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originally posted by: theantediluvian
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: DBCowboy
How do you know she won't be handsy? Does Huma get that jealous?
Hold on a second. Let me get all self-righteous with you two and feign outrage like you two did with me in the Juanita Broaddrick thread.
Oh my God! How could you! How could you? Have you no shame? HAVE YOU KNOW SHAME AT ALL? You. Monsters.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: theantediluvian
I'll make light of almost anything.
originally posted by: ketsuko
You likely don't believe her because she's not claiming Trump raped her.
I just can't believe women keep these claims to themselves for 20 years and wait until just before an election to throw in with other women to pile on allegations!
Who does that?
Oh, yeaaaa... Juanita Broaddrick did that. Shucks.
Jessica Leeds, 74, told the New York Times that Trump grabbed her breasts and tried to slip his hand up her skirt in the first-class cabin of a plane more than three decades ago. “He was like an octopus,” Leeds told the paper. “His hands were everywhere.[b]
Well, I guess I'll have to vote for Hillary now because Trump groped women decades ago.
originally posted by: AnkhMorpork
Then again, if they all suddenly ran the other way, whether to Pence or to Ryan, then I'm not sure that that would prevent the ship from sinking at this point.
If I were an American Republican Conservative - I would be LIVID with Donald Trump right about now.
Doesn't mean I'd vote for Hillary necessarily, except maybe as a message of rejection of Donald Trump as unpalatable, just to send the message with the vote, but Trump would certainly have lost my vote.
P.S. I don't have a chip in this game as a concerned Canadian and citizen of the world.
originally posted by: DeIirium
originally posted by: Greggers
That does not mean any of them are lying.
That also does not mean any of them are telling the truth.
(CNN)Donald Trump issued an apocalyptic call-to-arms to his supporters Thursday as he battled for political survival amid mounting allegations of sexual misconduct.
Trump accused the press, the political establishment, international banks, the Justice Department and Hillary Clinton's campaign of conspiring against the American electorate.
"The corrupt establishment knows that we are a great threat to their criminal enterprise," the Republican presidential nominee told supporters in West Palm Beach, Florida. "This is a struggle for the survival of our nation, believe me. And this will be our last chance to save it."
Michelle Obama denounces Trump for 'bragging about sexually assaulting women'
The billionaire savaged his accusers, saying their claims are "totally and absolutely false."
"These claims are all fabricated. They are pure fiction, and they're outright lies. These events never, ever happened," Trump said.
Trump's moment of reckoning
Trump's insistence that the women raising new allegations are wrong contrasts with the spotlight he put on Bill Clinton's accusers before Sunday's debate, insisting their stories should be heard. And the sense of paranoia that rang through Trump's remarks -- scattershot, bitterly personal, and devoid of policy talk -- is the type of language that long worried Republicans.
Trump's remarks stood in stark contrast to the scathing attack first lady Michelle Obama delivered minutes earlier, saying Trump's words had left her "shaken."
"It's frightening," she said. "And the truth is, it hurts. It hurts."