this is "nightline." >> tonight breaking news. a trump accuser stepping out of the shadows. >> that's why i'm here today, to show we shouldn't be afraid. >> the "people" magazine reporter alleging donald trump assaulted her now in the spot lite with just four days till the election. plus inside the final 30. tarnished trump? are his businesses in decline? >> women are turning their backs on him, women of color are turning their backs on him. >> he's playing a dangerous
trump versus clinton. >> what is that? >> father/daughter style. >> hello, my left-wing, radical daughter. >> divided houses. will the strong women you raised come back to debate you? >> but first "the ntl 5." friz frizz-free. >> we went to burlington. we sound something for everybody. and the prices are great.
? good evening. thanks for joining us. we have breaking developments tonight. one donald trump accuser stepping out of the shadows for an on-camera interview. the "people" magazine writer says she's no longer afraid. >> i wanted to talk to the women of this country and of this world. >> natasha her face out of here but she's stepping out to talk about her alleged sexual assault by donald trump. >> why did you decide to sit down today? >> i wanted to show all the women who wrote to me that i could be brave enough to do it. i feel like if i am brave if you have to do it here, maybe she'll be brave enough, too. >> she first penned a letter about the incident last month
years fearing backlash. >> why didn't you come forward at the time? >> i lose my job, i could be sued. all the things happening now is what i worried about then. i'm older and wiser now and stronger so i can take it it it now. but back then was afraid. >> but she said she felt compelled when she finally came forward when she heard donald >> are you say bing you did not grope or kiss women without consent? >> i have great respect for women -- >> so you did not do those things? >> no, i have not. >> he has slammed stoynov's stories -- >> you take a look at her, you read her words, i don't think
me or not. he apparently found me attract of enough 11 years ago. but i don't take a personal insult, but i do take that as an insult to other women. >> she's far from alone. 12 women have come forward alleging inappropriate sexual behavior by donald trump. >> trump has said he is going to sue all the women who have come forward. does that worry you? >> i to silence women, perhaps other women coming forward and also to strike fear in the hearts of the women who already have come forward. and unfortunately that tactic works. but that's why i'm here today. to show that we shouldn't be afraid. >> trump has denied the
along with donald trump's divisive campaign rhetoric that may be doing long-term damage to his businesses. we've seen threats of boycotts to his businesses. we go to "inside the final 30." >> p. >> reporter: posh condominiums, high-end fashion and one name in common -- trump. >> i'm really rich. >> but now the man that built the empire. >> they're bringing crime and rapists. i don't know what i said, i don't remember. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. >> but after allegations of sexual assault -- >> it was like he was an
directed toward minority groups, veterans and the disabled, is the trump name an asset or liability? >> this is tim o'brien. has this campaign help or hurt donald trump the brand in. >> he runs a hotel business that depends on people feeling good about being associated with a building with his name on it. women are him. it's going to have a seismic influence on him. >> it's already in force. there's an all-out battle to have the brand removed. >> when you moved in four years ago, were you bothered by it? >> i didn't think about it.
greatest asset so what a great way to attack him. >> beth bernstein said she booked conferences and weddings at a conference in chicago for years. that was until news broke of this infamous recording. she wrote in her blog -- >> i simply cannot walk in the doors any longer. i will be following up with my contacts to. >> i'd really like to buy you everything, if that were possible. >> the man and the brand, inseparable from each other but iconic as well. >> the scale is what brings the people, the on u lens, the size.
even a board game. not always successful but daring and different, constantly redefining, reshaping, barrelling into the presidency with "the aand even roo. >> what we don't know is how it could impact his presidency. it's not clear what donald trump would do with his business if he became president of the united states. he's talked about putting it into a blind trust. >> i would probably have my children run it with my executives. and i wouldn't ever be involved. >> the idea behind a blind trust is that a third party takes over your portfolio so there are no issues and conflicts of interest. now, in this case trump's portfolio is his business, it's his name. so what happens there? it's unclear. >> reporter: also unclear, how
worth. >> a total net workt, $8,377 million,54,000. >> caller: that number has been disputed, in part because of his refusal to release his >> ivanka's clothing line has been through the boycott. >> shannon coulter says her hash tag has been used by more than 125 million people, a movement large enough to have gotten ivanka's attention. >> i wonder what you say to the women who started this grab your
wallet, but i we fer to talk about the women that inspire the brand. >> what was the core product in the trump brand. >> if you think about his portfolio, his target wou rea really. >> donald trump is essentially the 1% and he lives a very rarified lifestyle. he has products that are luxury brands. they aren't pitched to working class americans. but his core base is working class americans. >> tonight the trump organization telling abc news that the brand, quote, remains incredibly strong. we are seeing tremendous success across business units, adding,
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if you're the father of a voting age daughter, it probably feels like just yesterday that you brought your little girl home from the hospital, you fed her, clothed her, gave her unconditional love and now that little traitor is cancelling out your vote. here's a look at families caught up in the political crossfire in our series "inside the final 30." >> she's on her way to pick up her dad. >> we've always been pretty close, we're both physicians. now that my dad is in new york and i live in florida, we don't spend as much time together. i'm a little nervous. >> the presidential election is sparking a family feud. >> he's been posting on facebook about his support for trump. that's made me a little uncomfortable. >> i don't remember the last time you came to new york without mom.
families this years, caught up in the divisive -- >> basket of deplorables. >> nasty woman. >> -- fight for the white house. because he's with him and she's with her, it can be hard to see eye to eye. >> we can argue about that all day long. >> how is he going to direct that passion? >> can we talk? >> sure. >> think of this about concern about your facebook page. >> when i was home in florida, my dad was giving the boys a bath. i go in and they're laughing hysterically but dad is teaching them to say "make america great again" and he posted it on
about it, she had trouble narrowing down her sources. >> i had women wanting to talk and the joke was that we need a support group for this. >> me, my sister and brother were raised to believe we can do anything. i know that about my dad. >> donald trump does that for ivanka. >> would i support someone is criminally negligent? >> i had thought not. >> that's what i thought. >> but he is that. that's where we disagree. >> this is what it would look like if voters only under 29 voted and only people over 65 voted, a different sorry. >> i think the big divide is the
hillary clinton in big numbers. that's already showed up at the polls in early voting. >> i'm kathy. >> my name is kevin lynch. >> my dad is supporting trump. >> my daughter, katherine, has decided to support hillary clinton. >> kevin's a north carolinian. >> second only to my rifles and my pistols is my harley. >> he's now the trump train. >> hello my radical left-wing daughter. i want you to tell me how many jobs hillary clinton or any other democrat has created. the answer is zero. >> wrong! >> why don't we get some gouy wo has created jobs?
they can't fix it, you don't take it to a plumber, you take it to a better mechanic. >> this was my birthday present to me. >> but they rationalize it differently. >> i don't want to be judged my whole life's work based on the stupid things i've said, nor do i think trump should be treated that way. >> locker room talk is more about check out her legs o woman's beautiful but it's not advocating sexual assault. >> each agree the other is stuck in their ways. >> there is absolutely no way could i ever chang his mind. >> i love you. bye-bye, sweetie. >> bye. >> for mara and ed katz, blood is thicker than politics. >> what will thanksgiving dinner be like? >> it was my husband's
immigrants has some worried and they are going to seek help. sylvia says her clients are also obsessing about the election. >> translator: she's saying they want to do rituals and certain things like that. the major problem is they don't know where to go. corner, trump pinatas are outselling clintons. he's in prison garb and cuffs. >> she has bad news for you. that someone is going to betray you in love. >> reporter: moving on.
will that last? >> she said trump has a card up his sleeve. according to her cards, there could be time for one more twist. i'm nick watt for "nightline" in east los angeles. >> maybe we should all be a little skeptical of tarot cards. thanks for watching abc news. as always, we're online at abcnews.com and o page. good night, america. >> hey, everybody, get ready, because in the next 30 minutes, you may be watching someone walk out of here very, very rich. it's time to play "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ? ? welcome to the show. are you guys ready to play "millionaire" today? [cheers and applause] all right.
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