Trump’s Sexual Misconduct Allegations “Remain Very Disturbing” – GOP Sen. Susan Collins

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Due to a truly overwhelming amount of sexual allegations coming to light recently, it’s no mystery that some of the accused have been luckily enough to be forgotten about. And some of these individuals have become so invincible that they are now taunting the others who are being haunted by similar accusations.

“He did say that,” Collins said while speaking with ABC’s “This Week” after host George Stephanopoulos claimed that Trump has said all of the women making accusations against were liars.

“President Trump was not my choice for the Republican nominee for president and I did not support him in part because of the way that all of these reports about how he was treating women,” she added.Collins said she is only working with Trump on specific issues because he is the president.

“But those allegations remain very disturbing,” she said.

The White House and Trump have both attempted to shove his accusations of sexual misconduct under the rug.

However, their is a renewed focus on the accusations against Trump following the wave of sexual harassment allegations that came to light against powerful men.

“He did say that,” Collins said while speaking with ABC’s “This Week” after host George Stephanopoulos claimed that Trump has said all of the women making accusations against were liars.

Trump has completely avoided discussing the allegations held against Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, but hypocritically dug in to Senator Al Franken after accusations against the Minnesota Democrat surfaced last week.

It’s unsurprising that Trump believes he is invincible when it comes to his allegations, his life has been nothing but him getting to do exactly what he wants and not having to pay consequences. Money is power and Donald Trump has a whole lot of it.



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