In his latest salvo, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has rubbished all allegations of sexual misconduct levelled against him as baseless. In true Trump style, he then went on to indicate that one of the accusers was not even attractive enough.
Jessica Leeds has revealed to the New York Times that Trump groped her and tried to reach up her skirt on a flight more than three decades ago.
At North Carolina's Greenboro, Trump mocked Leeds by impersonating her and said, " 'I was sitting with him on an airplane, and he went after me on the plane,' and added, "Yeah, I'm gonna go after - believe me, she would not be my first choice, that I can tell you."
Former People Magazine reporter Natasha Stoynoff also alleged that Trump tried to sexually assault her by kissing her without her permission in 2005. In response, Trump called her a liar and addressing the people present at his rally said "Check out her Facebook, you'll understand."
Donald Trump also took a dig at President Barack Obama and his democratic rival Hillary Clinton. Asserting that the US cannot afford to have another four years of Obama administration, Trump said that failing to win the upcoming general elections would amount to losing the country.
"Either we win this election or we're going to lose our country, because four more years of Obama, you can't take," Trump told his supporters at an election rally in North Carolina yesterday.