Another woman has stepped forward with a story about Donald Trump's alleged sexually inappropriate behavior. On the “Mornin!!! With Bill Schulz” podcast, former Fox News anchor Juliet Huddy recalled a time that Trump attempted to kiss her without permission in an elevator in his notorious Manhattan high-rise.
"He took me for lunch at Trump Tower, just us two," said Huddy, who currently works as a radio host. "He said goodbye to me in an elevator while his security guy was there, rather than kiss me on the cheek he leaned in to kiss me on the lips. I wasn’t offended, I was kind of like, ‘Oh my god.’"
"I was surprised that he went for the lips. But I didn’t feel threatened," she continued.
Trump would go on to crack jokes about the incident on Huddy's show: "He came up on stage and he turned around to the audience ― and, you know, there were 50 people there ― and he said, ‘I tried to hit on her, but she blew me off.’"
Unlike many of the other women speaking out against the President, Huddy reiterated that she “was neither threatened nor offended in elevator” but has been “offended by his comments on ‘other matters.’”
Huddy claims the incident occurred some time in 2005 or 2006.
"Now I have matured I think I would say, ‘Woah, no’, but at the time I was younger and I was a little shocked. I thought maybe he didn’t mean to do it, but I was kind of making excuses," she said.
The White House's official position is that women speaking out about Trump's sexual misconduct are liars, with Trump saying: “All I can say is it’s totally fake news. It’s just fake. It’s fake. It’s made-up stuff, and it’s disgraceful, what happens, but that happens in the—that happens in the world of politics.”
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