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Trump Wrongly Claims Allegations Of Groping Against Have Been 'Debunked'

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Rufina Vignone | 20 Ottobre, 2016, 12:47

Tonight is the final debate ahead of Election Day on November 8.

She responded to Trump's comments by blasting him and asserting that accepting the results of an election is fundamental to American democracy.

As the 90-minute debate moved on to other subjects, Trump got in one last dig: "Such a nasty woman".

Mr Trump confirmed to debate mediator Chris Wallace that he would overturn Roe v. Wade, a landmark 1973 decision that made abortion legal in the USA in limited circumstances.

Trump later said he did not apologize to his wife after the allegations began to surface, because he "didn't do anything". I don't know Putin. And she was forced to apologize. But that's not what's important right now.

"This is how Donald thinks, it's amusing, but it's really troubling". The New York businessman has raised concerns by claiming the election will be rigged against him, and has urged supporters to patrol polling places in inner cities to prevent voter fraud. Trump promised to appoint conservative pro-life justices who would defend the Second Amendment.

When talking about Russian interference in the U.S. election, Trump again bragged that Russian President Vladimir Putin says nice things about him. Since then ... nine women have come forward and have said that you either groped them or kissed them without their consent.

Trump, who has denied the allegations against him, said each of the stories has been "debunked", characterizing them as "lies" and "fiction".

To this Trump responded by going on the offensive: "I think what the Federal Bureau of Investigation did and what the Department of Justice did, including meeting with her husband the attorney general in the back of an airplane on the tarmac in Arizona-I think that is disgraceful", he said.

She said Trump, a former reality TV star, had in the past also complained that his show was unjustly denied a USA television Emmy award.

Asked by the debate moderator whether he would concede if the results showed he lost to Mrs Clinton, Mr Trump again demurred. "I will keep you in suspense", the Republican nominee told Wallace.

"I want you to know that our family will support your family", Hillary Clinton said.

Well, no, it's not OK. "We can not take four more years of Barack Obama and that's what you get when you get her".

If Trump wins, Trump will accept the results. I think these women wanted fame.

Trump cares only about Trump, not America.

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