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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Women / Leeds Interview (Part I) #1103590

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 13, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The allegations from women about misconduct by Donald Trump introduced; details given about 74-year-old Jessica Leeds.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Cincinnati: Sara Murray) The reaction of campaigning Trump against the "false" allegations discussed; scenes shown of Trump speaking in Cincinnati.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN interview with Jessica Leeds presented. [At the debate on Sunday, TRUMP - says this was "locker room talk," denies doing things to women.] [Late today, LEEDS - recounts meeting Trump on a plane in first class in 1979 & he became "inappropriate" by encroaching with his hands everywhere for about 15 minutes & she went back to coach, never told anyone about the incident & later met Trump again at a Humane Society event in 1981 in New York City, telling this story just in the last year & a half, the debate questions where Trump denied groping without consent leading her to go public, being amazed at the reaction to her "New York Times" story, the angry reaction, about how men's behavior leaves a mark on women.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Murray, Sara

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