- The Washington Times - Friday, October 14, 2016

Right about the time Donald Trump is set to hit the stage at a rally in North Carolina Friday, another woman is scheduled to come out with fresh accusations of “sexual misconduct” against the Republican presidential nominee.

Civil rights attorney Gloria Allred announced Friday that an unidentified woman “who accuses Donald Trump of victimized her with inappropriate sexual conduct” will appear at a press conference in Los Angeles later Friday.

“This news conference will be the first time that this accuser has spoken to the press about her allegations against Mr. Trump,” the press release said.

Mr. Trump has been hounded with accusations of sexual assault since last week’s release of recordings from over a decade ago in which he boasts about how his star power allowed him to grope women he meets.

Mr. Trump has denied the allegations and said that the women are lying. He also has criticized the news media for relaying their accusations.

Ms. Allred, a high-profile celebrity lawyer, also has called on NBC this week to release more footage from “The Apprentice” reality show that starred Mr. Trump, saying she suspects it could provide more insight into Mr. Trump’s treatment of women.

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