Donald Trump denies allegations of sexual assault, calls them ‘coordinated, vicious attack’

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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida—Donald Trump denies allegations of sexual assault, and calls them a “coordinated, vicious attack” from the media, Clinton campaign.

The Republican presidential nominee says he has evidence to disprove allegations of sexual assault, and will release it at the “appropriate time.”  Speaking at a rally in West Palm Beach, Florida, Trump says the events “never ever happened.”

Trump says on Twitter that a New York Times story on two women who allege he groped them years ago is “phony” and a “total fabrication.”

He is also going after a People Magazine writer who alleges Trump pinned her against a wall and kissed her without consent in 2005 as she was interviewing him for a wedding anniversary story.

He tweeted: “Why didn’t the writer of the twelve year old article in People Magazine mention the “incident” in her story. Because it did not happen!”

The writer says she didn’t publicize the incident at the time because she was ashamed, afraid of the repercussions and blamed herself for what she says happened.

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