Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump kisses a "Women for Trump" placard during a rally at the Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in Lakeland, Florida on October 12, 2016. / AFP / MANDEL NGAN
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A flood of newly published accusations that Donald Trump groped or inappropriately kissed women rocked the race for the White House Wednesday, with the Republican nominee angrily denying the reports and his campaign branding them "character assassination".Trump has apologized for the comments, dismissing them as "locker room" banter.With just 27 days until the November 8 election, and Democrat Clinton in the driver's seat with national polls in her favor, the embattled Republican nominee had sought to get back on the offensive.Rachel Crooks said she was a 22-year-old receptionist at a real estate company in Trump Tower in 2005 when she encountered Trump outside an elevator in the building one morning.The Trump campaign quickly fired back, calling The New York Times article a political attack and demanding a retraction.ABC News reported three senior-level sources as saying Trump is drafting a lawsuit against the newspaper for defamation.
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