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GWU Offers Counseling For Students ‘Retraumatized’ By Trump’s ‘P***y Grab’ Video

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Blake Neff Reporter

George Washington University (GWU) is letting students know that 24-7 counseling services are available if they were traumatized by a recent video of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump making lewd remarks.

Trump may have had his presidential ambitions derailed by Friday’s video, in which he admits to sexually pursuing a married woman and says he likes to “grab [women] by the pussy.”

But some at GWU are worried the video’s existence may also have derailed the fragile psyches of some students.

“GWU sexual assault survivors retraumatized by #Trump comments can connect with @GWHealthCenter 24×7 or @GWHaven,” Peter Konwerski, GWU’s vice provost and dean of student affairs, said on Twitter over the weekend.

 

The message was subsequently retweeted by GWU’s student government and GW Haven, an anti-sexual assault organization and “safe space” at the school.

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