Jessica Drake speaks to reporters about allegations of sexual misconduct against Donald Trump, alongside lawyer Gloria Allred (L) during a news conference in Los Angeles, California, U.S. October 22, 2016. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian
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Asked about Trump's remarks, Hillary Clinton told reporters between rallies in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia that she was done responding to what her Republican opponent is saying as Election Day nears and would instead focus on helping elect other Democrats.Trump's campaign, too, took a cautious approach while acknowledging the Republican has been trailing Clinton in the polls.Clinton rejected Trump's allegation, offered without evidence, that the dozen or so women who have come forward are being prompted by her campaign or the Democratic National Committee.Trump has denied that all the other allegations, while insisting some of the women weren't attractive enough for him to want to pursue. Throughout the GOP primary, Trump was criticized for shying away from detailed policy proposals.Still, any headway that Trump may have made was likely to be diluted by his legal threats against his accusers, just the latest example of Trump stepping on his intended message at inopportune moments. With the debates over, Trump and Clinton have few apparent opportunities to alter the course the race substantially – a reality that benefits Clinton more than Trump.
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