In a jaw-dropping expose, the NY Times just ran an interview that could very well end Donald Trump’s political career. You know, if Republicans had any true morals, whatsoever. The alleged unregistered sex offender has been hitting the trail hard, trying to convince what’s left of his followers that he is not the dirty old man he comes off as in the recent “Access Hollywood” audio that has completely blown the lid off of of his campaign.
Trump repeatedly denied having done the things he spoke of doing in the hot mic recording, especially at the second presidential debate, just days after the bombshell audio recording was released. However, more than one person watching at home that night was angered at the things Trump was saying.
One woman, in particular, actually sat for an interview with the NY Times, and told of her story of a chance encounter with rich real estate mogul. It happened 35,000 feet in the air, when a stewardess asked Jessica Leeds if she wanted to move to first class, as white people are often asked to do. Leeds obliged, and was seated next to someone she didn’t recognize, but quickly came to know.
“It was an assault.”
She says the conversation between herself and The Donald was pretty normal until the flight attendants cleared the meals. That is when the armrest between the two suddenly disappeared, and Trump began aggressively groping the woman. Leeds says that Trump’s “hands were everywhere,” and if he had stuck to her breasts, she probably wouldn’t have gotten so angry. However, Trump went straight for the p*ssy. He began to reach up Leeds’ skirt when she suddenly snapped.
Rachel Crooks is another woman who was disgusted by what she saw on her television last Sunday night. Not only is Trump lying about sexually assaulting countless women throughout his lifetime, but he is rubbing it in their faces by going on national television and calling them all liars.
Crooks was 22-years old when she worked at an investment firm in Trump Tower. Her accounts of working there are very similar to Jessica Leeds’. She introduced herself to the future Republican presidential nominee when their paths intersected one day. She reached out and shook Trump’s hand, but it became uncomfortable very quickly when Trump didn’t let go of her hand.
Crooks says that Trump then leaned in and began kissing her cheeks before kissing her “directly on the mouth.”
“It was so inappropriate. I was so upset that he thought I was so insignificant that he could do that.”
Crooks immediately went to her desk and called her sister in Ohio. Brianne Webb answered the phone to hear her sister in distress. Webb recalls:
“She was very worked up about it. Being from a town of 1,600 people, being naïve, I was like ‘Are you sure he didn’t just miss trying to kiss you on the cheek?’ She said, ‘No, he kissed me on the mouth.’ I was like, ‘That is not normal.’”
Check out the interview below, courtesy of NY Times: