Lady Gaga: ‘I Applaud’ Women Who Say Trump Behaved Inappropriately

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Lady Gaga said that Donald Trump’s denial at the second presidential debate that he has sexually harassed women “sent abused woman into a panic.”

The 30-year-old singer praised the women who have come forward claiming the Republican presidential nominee groped or kissed them without their consent. She added that it brought back her own traumatic experience with a similar situation. (RELATED: Lady Gaga Steps Out In Short Shorts And No Bra)

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“Check out&trend #WhyWomenDontReport to have a better understanding,” Gaga tweeted. “For me, it was like re-living it all over again. I applaud these women.” (RELATED: Michelle Obama On Trump ‘Locker Room’ Talk: It ‘Has Shaken Me To My Core’)


“Thank you to the panelists @AC360 for explaining why women are coming forward now: because Trumps words @ debate sent abused women into a panic,” she added.


In an earlier posts on Thursday, the singer also praised Michelle Obama for her speech in New Hampshire to Hillary Clinton supporters while talking about Trump’s “locker room” talk. During the speech the first lady went off topic and referenced the recent leaked audio of the Republican presidential nominee talking to Billy Bush in an interview from 2005 with Access Hollywood, in which he made sexually aggressive comments about Nancy O’Dell and Arianne Zucker.

“It’s not something that we can just sweep under the rug as just another disturbing footnote in a sad election season,” Obama said. “Because this was not just a lewd conversation. This wasn’t just locker room banter this was a power individual speaking freely and openly about sexually predatory behavior.”


“.@FLOTUS watching you speak on @CNN in New Hampshire in tears,” Gaga tweeted. “You are a true role model and leader.”