Trump just denied kissing a woman in Trump Tower while married but there’s a problem

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This morning, the President took to Twitter to lambast The Washington Post for publishing an article today exposing him for forcibly kissing a woman in Trump Tower in 2006 while married to Melania.

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Rachel Crooks, then a 22-year-old secretary who worked near Trump Tower, told the Post that Trump grabbed her and began kissing her without her permission.

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“He took hold of my hand and held me in place like this,” Crooks said. “He started kissing me on one cheek, then the other cheek. He was talking to me in between kisses, asking where I was from, or if I wanted to be a model. He wouldn’t let go of my hand, and then he went right in and started kissing me on the lips.”

In a tweet, Trump lashed out, explaining not that he would never kiss a woman without her consent, but rather that he wouldn’t do it “in a public space with live security cameras running.” How noble.

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Add your name to millions demanding Congress take action on the President’s crimes. IMPEACH TRUMP & PENCE!

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There is, per usual, a problem.

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Trump has already admitted to and bragged about this exact type of behavior. In the infamous Access Hollywood tape, he quite literally said, “I’m automatically attracted to beautiful women — I just start kissing them, it’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything.”

Trump himself confirmed the infamous tape’s legitimacy on October 12, 2016.

“This was locker-room talk,” Trump said during a debate with his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton. “Certainly I’m not proud of it. I apologize to my family, I apologize to the American people.”

Trump, for his part, has been accused of sexual harassment or misconduct by 19 women, including Crooks. He has neither confessed to these crimes nor taken any degree of responsibility for them. Even in the face of damning evidence – such as the Access Hollywood tapes – the President has refused to address the issue.

But with Mueller’s ongoing investigation threatening to take down the President and Crooks herself, now 35, running for state office in Ohio, Trump may very soon have to be accountable to the very women whose lives he ruined.

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Brian Tyler Cohen is a political writer, actor, and comedy sketch director. He graduated from Lehigh University with a dual degree in English and Business. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

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