WITH LESS THAN A MONTH UNTIL ELECTION DAY, IT’S IN THE HANDS OF US CITIZENS TO DETERMINE WHETHER HILLARY CLINTON OR DONALD TRUMP BECOMES THEIR NEXT PRESIDENT.
The 2016 race is shaping up to be a jittery battle as Trump continues to doubt Hillary’s physical and mental stamina to become the next president. Although the tables have turned this week placing Clinton at the forefront of campaigning…
This week has certainly been one of unease for Republican Nominee, Donald Trump. Numbers have taken a serious plunge as polls sway in favour of Hillary Clinton.
It’s not looking hopeful for Trump as support is drastically on the downturn due to recent exposure to sexual allegations.
As of most recent polls, Fox News reveals that Clinton is leading by 7% securing 45% of voters, with Trump trailing behind on 38%.
Back in early October, nominees were back to back in a close battle as Clinton marginally took the lead by only 2%. Chances for Mr Trump seem to be less possible than ever before.
New footage has been released which captures ‘ladies man’, Mr Trump using foul-mouthed remarks towards an unnamed married women by the name of Nancy O’Dell.
The footage obtained by The Washington Post dates back to 2005. In the footage Trump makes fowl comments towards the young lady such as “grabbing women by the pussy”. Trump has since defended the comments that he made insisting that it was only “locker room talk”.
Various women have also shared their distressing stories of sexual abuse against the Republican Nominee. The allegations span from the 1980’s to 2013.
Among the many of victims was Rachel Crooks. Rachel Crooks claimed that in 2005, Trump approached her, kissing her directly on the cheeks and then on the mouth.
She told The Times it was “inappropriate” and was distraught by the fact that Trump considered her of such insignificance that he could get away with such assault.
A total of 13 victims have made allegations including Trump’s first wife who claims to have been “forced to have sex with him”.
Donald Trump on Thursday during a speech denied the allegations of sexual assault, disregarding claims of the accusers and denouncing slanderous media outlets.
“They are totally and absolutely false” Trump said suggesting such claims are an affront to the credibility of his campaign. “These claims are all fabricated and they’re outright lies”.
Trump continues to denounce the newspapers suggesting that the Clinton’s are “criminals” and are closely “tied to media organisations”.
Further ridiculous comments emerged over the last week, claiming Clinton to be on drugs and elections to be ‘rigged’ continuing to make his position as becoming president rather ‘laughable’.
Mr Trump has never fell short of expressing his ‘traditionalist’ attitude towards women and their place in society. Although this time, the scandal threatens to endanger his campaign which stands on the foundations of race-baiting ideas. As Donald Trump once said: his number one priority was having “great respect for women”. Think again Mr Trump, I think your slightly incorrect on this one…
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