Women accuse Donald Trump of sexual misconduct

Several women in the United States have come forward claiming that presidential candidate Donald Trump acted inappropriately and tried to kiss them several years ago.

Trump has denied these allegations.

Daily Maverick associate editor and US correspondent, Brookes Spector, says there are no criminal charges pending or police investigations underway, but allegations have appeared in major newspapers.

The people who believe him are the people who have sworn to join his crusade ally. And I say crusade ally because you believe in the man, in his saga regardless of any evidence that may show up.

Brookes Spector, Daily Maverick associate editor and US correspondent

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