Donald Trump’s defence is to demean accusers: ‘Look at her, I don’t think so’

Donald Trump labels girls horrible horrible liars and says competitor is plotting with dark global powers but Clinton prefers to look at cats on the internet

After a day of extraordinary statements attacking women who have accused him of sexual assault, and invoking shocking antisemitic tropes Donald Trump exercised what might be seen as a rare degree of restraint.

Speaking to a Cincinnati arena filled with approximately 15,000 people on Thursday night, he merely insulted the states Republican governor, mocked Hillary Clintons health and watched as his supporters treated the press with the same affection that lions in the Coliseum treated Christians.

Earlier, in the first full day after Trump faced a barrage of accusations of grope and sex misconduct from nearly a dozen females, the Republican nominee went on the offensive. At a rally in West Palm Beach, Florida, he suggested that he would never have sexually assaulted one female who came forward because she was unattractive.

Take a seem. Seem at her. Appear at her terms. And you tell me what you think. I dont think so, Trump said of Natasha Stoynoff, a People magazine reporter who alleged he had forced his tongue down my throat.

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