Image zoom Mike Pont/WireImage In the weeks leading up to Election Day, GOP nominee Donald Trump was hit with an onslaught of allegations of sexual misconduct. Trump has vehemently denied any wrongdoing — but now, with Nov. 8 just seven days away, the accusations made against him by 12 women will likely weigh heavily on some voters’ minds as they prepare to cast their ballots. Here’s everything you need to know about the claims against Trump, as well as his responses to each instance of alleged misconduct. Early 1980s: Jessica Leeds In an in-depth report released by The New York Times last month, Jessica Leeds — now 74 — charged that Trump physically violated her aboard a plane over 35 years ago. Leeds, then 38, claimed that she was seated next to Trump in the first-class cabin of a flight to New York City, and that the encounter was their first meeting. Forty-five minutes into the flight, Leeds said, Trump allegedly moved the armrest separating their seats and began to touch her — grabbing her breasts and attempting to put his hand up her skirt. Of the encounter, Leeds told the Times, “He was like an octopus. His hands were… Read full this story
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