COOPER: Just for the record, though, are you saying that what you said on that bus 11 years ago that you did not actually kiss women without consent or grope women without consent?
Summer Zervos, who was a contestant on Trump's reality show The Apprentice in 2006, said at a news conference on October 14 in Las Vegas that Trump tried to get her to lie down on a bed with him when she met him in 2007 to discuss a possible job.
The first lady delivered an impassioned speech during a Clinton rally in New Hampshire, saying Trump's controversial comments about women should be taken seriously.
"He was like an octopus", Leeds told the daily. "He owns the pageant", she told CBS News' Los Angeles affiliate. "He sort of looked away quickly", she said.
In the video, Trump asks one girl if she's going up the elevator.
Jessica Leeds is one of several women who accused Trump on Wednesday of unwanted sexual advances. "I don't think so!'" Trump said.
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Claims by five women, whose accounts were reported by The New York Times, The Palm Beach Post, NBC, People Magazine and Yahoo News, came to light after he said in Sunday's presidential debate with rival Hillary Clinton that he had never kissed women without their consent. Leeds said she did not complain about the incident on the flight because of the culture of the time.
High-ranking sources within the Trump campaign had told CNNMoney that they were "drafting" lawsuits against both the Times and The Palm Beach Post, which published a separate story in which another women claimed Trump had groped her.
Trump, a NY businessman and former reality TV star, has never previously run for political office.
They shook hands but Trump would not let go, Crooks said, and he began kissing her cheeks and then kissed her on the mouth.
In a response, the Times' assistant general counsel, David McCraw, said the newspaper could not libel Trump because the Republican presidential candidate has himself ruined his reputation.
Trump has faced heavy criticism over his alleged treatment of women since video and audio captured on a hot microphone in 2005 was obtained by The Washington Post and published on Friday.
"It is apparent from ... the timing of the article, that it is nothing more than a politically motivated effort to defeat Mr. Trump's candidacy".
Trump also suggested that the allegations against him were so unfounded that "they could say it about anybody", including President Barack Obama.
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