VIDEO: The Republican candidate for President offers "thoughts and prayers" and "deepest condolences" to victims of the ongoing natural disaster in eastern North Carolina as he holds a rally in Greensboro, N. Speaking in Greensboro, a defiant Donald Trump Friday ridiculed allegations of sexual assault as “lies and smears” and mocked the looks of some of his accusers, and even of Hillary Clinton.“It’s a phony deal, I have no idea who these women are,” he said. fundraiser at Weddington’s Longview country club and a 7 p.m. Trump’s North Carolina appearances come in one of the rockiest weeks yet in his presidential campaign.
“When you look at that horrible woman (on TV) last night, I don’t think so.” Referring to a woman who said he groped her on an airplane, he said, “Believe me, she would not be my first choice.” And he rejected the claim by a People magazine writer who said during a 2005 interview session at Trump’s Florida estate, he pushed her against a wall and kissed her. A week ago, a 2005 video showed him making vulgar and lewd comments about women and boasting that he grab them because he was “a star.”This week several women came forward claiming they were assaulted by Trump. Earlier Friday President Barack Obama unleashed a blistering attack on him in Cleveland, saying the Republican candidate “lacks the basic honesty that a president needs.”“Donald Trump’s closing argument is: What do you have to lose? “The answer is everything.” On Thursday Michelle Obama ripped Trump at a Clinton rally in New Hampshire, saying the Trump video had “shaken me to my core.”Trump’s visit also comes amid signs of a shrinking battlefield.
"We are one of the first cities in the south to implement a program like this," explained Reverend David Fraccaro with Faith Action International House.
“Any candidate who holds these disgusting views is unfit to lead our nation.”Trump did talk about other issues: Terrorism. has “a one-way highway into Mexico.”“You know what we get? “We get illegal immigration and drugs.”Mark Small, 46, an unemployed welder, said he supports Trump because of his entrepreneurial success and ability to create jobs.“He might not have started out poor, but he’s built a pretty good business,” Small said.
Trump implicitly criticized Clinton’s decision not use the term “radical Islam” when describing terrorists. “They keep talking about how he may not be as rich as he thinks he is, but he’s a lot richer than most people and he’s created a bunch of jobs.
“They are all false, they’re totally invented, fiction.
All 100 percent totally and completely fabricated.…“Now suddenly after many, many years, phony accusers come out less than a month before one of the most important elections in the history of our country.”Trump referred to the “sickness that is plaguing our politics and our media.”“And I’ll tell you what,” he said, “our media is indeed sick, and it’s making our country sick, and we’re going to stop it.”In a statement, N. Democratic chair Patsy Keever called Trump a “misogynist creep.”“This is wrong and outrageous and should have been the end of Trump’s campaign,” she said.