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coming back to new york. it was on that flight that the stewardess asked me if i would like to move to first class. i didn't need to be asked twice. i sat down to a young man, tall, blond. he introduced himself as donald trump. i was not aware of the real estate world of trump. we just chatted back and forth. nothing in particular. it wasn't until they cleared the meal that somehow or another the armrest in the seat disappeared and it was a real shock when all of a sudden his hands were all over me. he started encroaching on my space. i hesitate to use this expression, but i'm going to, and that is he was like an octopus. it was like he had six arms. he was all over the place.
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if he stuck with the upper part of the body, i might not have gotten -- i might not have gotten that upset. when he started putting his hand up my skirt. that was it. that was it. i was out of there. >> reporter: the trump campaign issued a statement denying the allegations and saying they believe the reports were politically motivated. jason miller, for the trump campaign, says quote this entire article is fiction and for the new york times to launch a false coordinated character assassination on mr. trump on a topic is dangerous. to reach back decades in an attempt to smear mr. trump trivializing sexual assault.
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>> sunlen, thank you. the other woman quoted by the times, rachel crooks says she met trump waiting for an elevator in 2005 when she was a 22 year old receptionist. they shook hands and he would not let go. she told the times it was inappropriate, i was so upset. neither took legal action, but the times spoke to family and friends whom they told about the encounters. the women chose to their tell stories after anderson cooper asked mr. donald trump in the debate. and the lawyers demanded the lawyers demand a retraction or face a possible lawsuit. in the letter, the lawyers call it defamatory and libelous.
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it is apparent the timing of the article it is nothing more than a politically motivated effort to defeat his candidacy. clearly the times is willing to provide a platform for anyone wishing to smear his reputation. now, the letter does not offer facts refuting the times story and in and of itself is not a lawsuit and a lot of lawyers are saying taking a look at the draft letter, if in fact trump did sue the times, it would be complicated. it would open donald trump up for discovery and he would have to answer questions about what did or do not happen. there's more. a former "people" magazine reporter accusing trump of assault in 2005. claims he forced himself on her for a profile on his one-year wedding anniversary to melania. she claims we walked into the
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room and the door was shut and he was forcing his tongue down my throat. she says she was relieved hearing his words on the access hollywood tape. a trump spokeswoman tells "people" magazine this never happened. there is no merit. >> and it came out after the new york times. one after the other after the other. overnight, the clinton campaign responded. an indirect reference from the candidate herself and from a spokesperson. jeff zeleny traveling with the clinton campaign out west. >> reporter: john and christine, the clinton campaign is reacting to the bombshell report. hillary clinton read the report flying from colorado to nevada. this morning, the communications
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director is saying this. this disturbing story sadly fits everything we know about the way donald trump treats women. this report suggests he lied on the debate stage and the behavior he bragged about in the tape is more than just words. now secretary clinton rallying supporters in vegas made a vague reference to the report. she said the latest incident that donald trump had been involved in and went on to criticize the excuse about locker room talk. so interesting on the campaign trail this week, increasingly, secretary clinton is making an appeal not just to democrats, but independents and republicans who may be frustrated and fed up with donald trump. >> i want to be a president for people who agree with me and don't agree with me. i want to be a president for democrats, republicans and independents. >> reporter: secretary clinton will spend the rest of the week
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raising money. a big fund-raiser in san francisco and then one in los angeles and tomorrow in seattle. one of her final pushes for cash to fund the commercials she is airing in battleground states as the campaign expands to other states likes georgia and arizona. states they think they could now put in play. they still have their work cut out in ohio and iowa. secretary clinton continuing out west before preparing for the third debate next wednesday. john and christine. >> jeff zeleny out in nevada. let's talk about this dizzying series of events overnight. managing editor is zach wolf joining us. zach, just to remind people what started the avalanche of reports overnight. in the debate when anderson cooper pressed donald trump on this issue. the access hollywood tape, donald trump brags about being
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able to grab women and kiss them because he is famous. anderson wanted to know if he ever done it. >> just for the record. are you saying what you said on the bus 11 years ago, you did not actually kiss women without consent or grope women? >> nobody has more respect for women than i do. >> you are saying you never did that? >> you hear these things. they're said. i was embarrassed by it. i have tremendous respect for women. >> have you ever done those things? >> women have respect for me. i will tell you, no i have not. >> took a while to get to no, i have not, zach. again, overnight, really over the last few hours. one story after another after another. if they are true, it does draw into question the answer to anderson. >> and both women in the new
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york times and the woman in people magazine. they all cited that answer. they said there was something about it that turned them. they decided they had to go public in the publications. this was a bad thing for donald trump. the tape and implication and his denial in the debate. now we have people actually making these allegations, i think there's a good chance that the frustrations with he and republicans could go much further. >> you know, the campaign has tried to paint this as locker room talk. that has been the talking point there. these are words. this is banter. it's not demeanor or actions of this man. the campaign will be asked about this today. listen to kellyanne conway how she tried to explain this. >> there's no way for me to know what happened there. i would have no way.
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i'm the campaign manager as he runs for president. obviously i have never been in a beauty pageant let alone the swim suit portion. i wasn't involved in 2001. i wouldn't know how you would want me to comment on it. >> did he go back stage? would he walk in when teenagers were undressing? another salacious story from overnight. >> that allegation was a former beauty queen came forward and said because trump was the owner of the pageant, he felt he could go back. that is not just her saying that. he said on howard stern some years ago that because he was the owner of the pageant, he could go back stage where other men could not go. it is a little bit different than the groping and unwanted
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kissing. simply because in one case, actual action against someone. perhaps that makes it more serious claim. disturbing nonetheless. >> zach, we have to have you come back. the bloomberg news going back harder against bill clinton and whatever issues he has in his past. zach, we will see you in a bit. breaking overnight in boston. two police officers shot and both in the hospital. we will have the latest next.
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the locker room comments. tom brady is a friend of trump. here he is. >> tom, you have kids of your own. how would you respond if your kids heard the version of trump's locker room talk? >> thank you, guys. have a good day. >> you have lebron james taking on the question. >> what is locker room talk to me? it's not what that guy said. we don't disrespect women in any shape or fashion in our locker rooms. that never comes up. i got a mother-in-law, a wife, a mom and daughter and those conversations don't go on in our locker room. >> thursday night football for the defending super bowl champs. big game for the broncos as they take on the chargers. denver is without gary kubiak on
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breaking news. explosive new allegations against donald trump. women coming forward to say he touched and kissed them inappropriately. >> also breaking overnight. a manhunt after two police officers shot in boston. both rushed to the hospital. also breaking overnight in the middle east. the u.s. navy strikes back with missiles after attacks on a u.s. ship. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is 29 minutes past the hour. thursday morning. the dizzying series of events overnight that rattled the already roller coaster campaign. series of women coming forward
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telling stories of unwanted kissing or groping by trump. "the new york times" with two women accusing trump of unwanted behavior. and the sources claim the trump lawyers are drafting a lawsuit against the times. we have sunlen serfaty with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. this is another big bombshell for trump. allegations from two women who have come forward to say trump accosted them and touched them inappropriately. one incident from 2005 and the other from more than 30 years ago. cnn has not been able to independently confirm the claims from the women. one woman, jessica leeds goes on camera with her account of what happened. >> it was over 35 years ago. i was hired by a news print company. i was a sales rep. traveling in the midwest. i was coming back into new york
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city. and it was on that flight that the stewardess asked me would i like to move up to first class. i didn't need to be asked twice. i sat down next to a young man, blond, tall. he introduced himself as donald trump. i was not really aware of the real estate world of trump. we just chatted back and forth. nothing in particular. it wasn't until they cleared the meal that somehow or another the armrest in the seat disappeared and it was a real shock when all of a sudden his hands were all over me. he started encroaching on my space and i hesitate to use this expression, but i'm going to and that is he was like an octopus. it was like he had six arms. he was all over the place. if he had stuck with the upper
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part of the body, i might not have gotten -- i might not have gotten that upset. when he started putting his hand up my skirt and that was it. that was it. i was out of there. >> reporter: the trump campaign quickly issued a statement denying the allegations and saying they believe the reports were politically motivated. jason miller, the senior communications adviser for the trump campaign says in a statement quote this entire article is fiction and for the times to launch a false coordinated character assassination on trump is dangerous. to reach back decades in an attempt to smear mr. trump trivializing sexual assault. and donald trump according to the new york times told the reporter of the story in a phone interview quote that none of this ever took place.
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john and christine. >> sunlen, thank you. the other woman quoted by the times rachel crooks said she waited for an elevator in 2005. crooks told the times they shook hands, but trump would not let go. instead, he kissed her cheeks and kissed her directly on the mouth. she said it was so inappropriate, i was so upset. neither accuser took legal action against trump, but the times did speak to family and friends whom they did tell about their encounters. the women chose to tell their stories after anderson cooper repeatedly asked trump during the second debate if he ever kissed or groped a woman without consent. >> overnight, the trump lawyers demanded retraction on the stories and apologize or face a
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po lawsuit. the lawyers write it is apparent from among other things the timing of the article that it is a politically motivated effort to defeat his candidacy. the letter does not offer any facts refuting the times story and is not itself a lawsuit. >> if there were a lawsuit, it would open trump up to discovery is maybe they won't ever file. it we will see. also breaking overnight. a former "people" magazine reporter accusing trump of assaulting her in 2005. she covered trump for years claims he forced himself on her at the mara-lago estate. she writes, we walked into the room and trump shut the door behind us. within seconds, he was pushing me against the wall and forcing
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his tongue down my throat. she regrets not speaking out sooner. says she was relieved on hearing the comments on "access hollywood" when he said he grabbed women by the genitals and could get away with it because he's famous. it made her feel she wasn't the only one. the trump campaign has not stopped to the comment. there is not merit to the story. >> before this barrage of stories came out, the trump campaign was trying highlight the wikileaks hack of the clinton campaign. trump seized on the e-mail campaign where jennifer palmieri writes they would not understand because they are evangelicals. >> members of the clinton team
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viciously attacking catholics and evangelicals. attacking catholics and evangelicals viciously. it won't be tolerated by the voters. i tell you what, anybody of religion, i really think you have to vote for donald trump to be honest. >> joining us to sort through all of this stuff that happened overnight. zachary wolf, manager editor of cnn digital. now the timing of the women coming forward and saying they were touched inappropriately or kissed without consent by donald trump. they are saying, one of them saying, the trigger here is the debate. when donald trump was asked specifically by anderson cooper if he ever acted on the language from the 2005 "access hollywood" tape. listen to the exchange from the debate. >> just for the record, though, are you saying what you said on the bus 11 years ago that you
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did not actually kiss women without consent or grope women without consent? >> i have great respect for women. >> for the record you are saying you never did that? >> you hear these things are said. i was embarrassed by it. i have tremendous respect for women. women have respect for me. i will tell you, no i have not. >> so here we have not one, not two, but several. different times. different cases. all coming out now, zach. how damaging is this for the campaign? >> i think it is extremely damaging. they were already on the ropes after the release of that tape from "access hollywood" and it basically took over the political conversation over the last couple days. that has led, you know, eventu l eventually to this. it is possible more things could
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happen. trump was having difficulty reaching women as voters. right now, i think that seems to be over at this point. it is hard to imagine how you sort of come back from this and set it straight for him as a campaign at this point with women voters in particular. >> again, trump says it was all locker room talk. if what these women are saying is true, it is not just talk. it was action if their accounts are true. matt borges of ohio, said nothing more embarrassing would come out. and mike pence said they were just words. if these women are true, what mike pence said was untrue. this is not just the new york times or people magazine stuff, there is other stuff out there. including former beauty pageant contestants who said donald trump walked into the dressing
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room and caught them half naked. listen to what was said to don lemon. >> it was announced that donald trump would come in. before you could put a robe on, he walked in. some women were in the process of changing. it puts us in a vulnerable position, but also an emotional state. you know, because it is physically humiliating to be changing and have the owner come in. >> so kellyanne conway was asked about the accusations. she did not have much of an answer. listen. >> there's no way for me to know what happened there. i would have no way. i'm the campaign manager as he runs for president. obviously i have never been in a beauty pageant let alone a swim suit portion. i was not involved in one in 2001. i don't know how you want me to ir on it, brianna, with any type of credible voice.
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>> zach, what happens over the next 12 hours here? is this a story to see if more things come out? will donald trump have to address this directly? where does this go? >> obviously donald trump will have to address this after the lewd tape he chose to gave after the message went out. it is not clear how he will do that now. it is unclear if he will have any surrogates coming out to defend him. that will be something that will be interesting to watch. it is also hard to see besides threatening a lawsuit, will they follow-up with that? many unanswered questions here. the first one we need to see is how they get in front of cameras and address this in the media. is there anything we can do to turn it around? and also, we had all these happen overnight. three or four allegations sort of spring forth overnight. if there are anymore, that will
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be interesting to see. >> what knows what news organizations are vetting claims as we speak. who knows what tomorrow will hold. we know the trump campaign has tried to focus on bill clinton and bill clinton's history with women. that is what they have been going after. and wikileaks and every development from the hacked e-mails. you wonder if they will try to put the focus back there as much as they can and use the pivot toward the other things. >> that has been their game plan after the lewd comments. they answered with bringing former bill clinton accusers to the debate which was a shocking moment if that was their trump card so to speak. they used it. it is not clear what the next thing could be. obviously they may flick this back at the clintons and bill clinton as much as possible. the game plan is not clear to me. >> zach, nice to see you. thanks for getting up early.
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so much going on. talk to you again soon. also new this morning, wells fargo ceo john stumpf is out. retiring effective immediately in the wake of the fake account scandal. the move welcome by the board of directors. the president will take over as ceo. remarkable end. he was with wells fargo for 34 years. ceo since 2007. before that, the executive vice president of community banking. he forfeiting much of the bonus and salary. he will walk away with millions from the long tenure. investors hoping to get back some investments. the stock is now down 6% since the scandal broke. breaking overnight. a manhunt in boston after two police officers were shot. we will have the very latest just ahead.
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all right. let's see what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo joins us now. hi, chris. >> all right. we have a fairly obvious and dark headline. allegations against donald trump. depending on which set of reports you go with. this is not cnn reporting at this point. three or four or five women have come forward saying that donald trump did something unwanted toward them. there's a range of accusations. the big story this morning is out from "the new york times." they have two women giving accounts of unwanted physical contact. donald trump has aggressively denied these accounts. he threatens to sue "the new york times." word he may sue the women involved which is unusual. this comes as donald trump had made the decision to make this the state of play in the election. he decided to relitigate what we
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knew about bill clinton for decades and fold in hillary clinton as an enabler of bill clinton for decades. the issue was the town hall and anderson cooper asking about the tape and audio of he and billy bush on the bus. so you never did this, so you never did this, so you never did this? and donald trump said no, i didn't. plus we will have the wife of tim kaine here to get that feel of what this process has been like on the family of tim kaine now he is out in the spotlight at the vp nominee. >> and you are on tv for three hours. at the rate we are going, there is bound to be new information that breaks in the next three hours. >> don't say it, john. >> if it happens, it's on you.
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>> thank you, mr. cuomo. time for the five things to know for your early start. you heard it right there. reporting two women accusing donald trump of inappropriate touching. the trump campaign denies the allegations calling it politically motivated. demanding retraction. the clinton campaign said it proves the bragging trump did is just more than words. and the u.s. navy struck back with missiles after recent attacks on a u.s. ship in yemen. and a suspect is in custody after two police officers in boston are hospitalized. a hurricane turning to bermuda. the national hurricane center says nicole will hit the island nation as a category 4 storm. samsung has a plan. it wants customers to ship back the galaxy note 7 phones in a fireproof box.
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the beautiful island. let's get a check on the money stream. it looks like an ugly day for the stocks. dow futures down 100 points. shares in asia dropped overnight. oil is down as well. the big concern for investors is the economy ready for a rate hike? it seems almost inevitable. a rate hike is happening this year. here is the sentence swirling around wall street. quote, some participants believe it is appropriate to raise the target range for the federal funds rate soon. translation from the fed, get ready for a december rate hike. investors do not think they will act in november. six days before the election. 64% chance of an increase in december. samsung wants to make it safe and easy for customers to return fire-hazard phones. that is proving difficult. the company is offering fireproof packages and gloves
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for you to send back the phones, but the u.s. post office and u.p.s. and fed ex says the phones are not allowed on their planes and there are tight restrictions on the trucks carrying the phones. owners should stop using the phones immediately and take to the retail outlet. >> what are you supposed to do? >> check out the money stream app. the top issues you want. download it now at the app store. >> don't use your samsung note 7. it will explode. >> gloves is my favorite part. >> you have to put a glove on? go bury it in the backyard. check out cnn money stream. strong, strong stream this morning. seriously. what are you supposed to do? >> turn it off immediately. some are holding on to them.
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even replacements were catching fire. they killed the entire line. >> throw it into a lake, river. something like that. >> that is not eco friendly. all right. new accusations against donald trump involving women. the trump campaign claims it will fight back. "new day" starts now. >> we want trump. >> i see the women for trump signs. >> explosive allegations against donald trump. >> put a robe or dress yourself. he walked in. >> the whole world has heard how donald trump treats women. we're not going to let donald trump get away with that, are we? >> this took place years ago. we are first hearing about it 27 days before the election. >> wikileaks. big stuff. she has to go to jail. >> they're going to use a quote scorched earth strategy. that just shows how desperate
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they are. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." it is 6:00 in the east. the election has taken another sordid turn. donald trump says his lewd comments about women was just locker room talk and he never did what he said. several women have come forward saying he is lying. alleging he made unwanted advances to them. two women telling stories to "the new york times" and another to "people" magazine. >> trump denies the allegations and threatening lawsuits. the ugly presidential race is now a fight over who has treated women worse. we are 26 days until election day and only six days until the final debate. we have it all covered for you this morning. let's start with jason carroll. live in ocala, florida. >> reporter: good morning,
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alisyn. trump's lawyer says this is politically motivated. he called "the times" article reckless and defamatory. cnn has not been able to verify the accounts of the women. we should warn our viewers, some of the language you are about to hear is very graphic. >> reporter: several women speaking out accusing donald trump of touching them inappropriately. >> it was a real shock when all of a sudden his hands were all over me. >> reporter: two of these women, jessica leeds and rachel crooks telling "the new york times" they were groped or kissed by trump without consent. the incident with leeds allegedly took place 35 years ago when she sat next to the billionaire in the first class cabin oa flight. >> if he had stuck with the upper part of the body i might not have gotten, i might not have gotten that upset. when he started putting

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