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Friday, October 21, 2016

Hillary Clinton did it again

       Hillary Clinton accuses Donald Trump of 'stalking' her during debate

Hillary Clinton has accused her White House rival Donald Trump of "stalking" her during the second televised debate.
In her first interview since Sunday's showdown, she told NBC's The Ellen DeGeneres Show which is set to air on Friday, his movements on stage made her feel "really weird".
"It was clear that my opponent Donald Trump was going to try to dominate the space, almost to the exclusion of the people who were sitting there," said the Democrat presidential nominee.
"Because of the revelation of the public video, and everything that came out on 'Access Hollywood', you know, he was really all wrought up, and you could just sense how much anger he had," she said.
Mrs Clinton was referring to the recently-leaked video of Mr Trump making lewd comments about women with the show's former host, Billy Bush.
"And so, he was really trying to dominate and then literally stalk me around the stage," Mrs Clinton continued.
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"And I would just feel this presence behind me, and you know, I thought, 'whoa this is really weird'."
Republican presidential hopeful Mr Trump rejected criticism about his debate performance at a rally on Monday.
"So I'm standing at my podium by my chair. She walks across the room. She's standing in front of me, right next to me," he said.
"And the next day I said what did the papers say? They said, 'he invaded her space.'"
"Believe me," he added, "The last space that I want to invade is her space."
Last week's video showed the billionaire entrepreneur brag about being able to grope women because of his fame.
Following the release of the 2005 recording, Mr Trump initially said he was sorry "if anyone was offended" by the "locker room banter".
Since then, several women have accused him of sexual assault and making unwanted physical advances - with the latest allegations including a claim by a former candidate of the US version of The Apprentice .
More allegations have emerged in recent days, with footage from 1992 featuring Mr Trump telling a young girl he would be dating her in 10 years.
First Lady Michelle Obama on Thursday slammed Mr Trump's treatment of women, saying that his "obscene" comments had shaken her "to my core".
Mr Trump asserted he had "never met" the women behind the claims.
He told supporters in Ohio the accusations were "outright lies," and what had been described "had never happened".
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Mrs Obama, speaking at a Mrs Clinton rally in New Hampshire, said the Republican's

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