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Donald Trump Responds To Multiple Sexual Assault Allegations Made Against Him

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Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent

Donald Trump denied the multiple sexual assault and harassment allegations that have been made against him in recent weeks.

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On Saturday, the Republican nominee defended himself after several women said he touched, kissed or spoke to them inappropriately.

“Nothing ever happened with any of these women,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Totally made up nonsense to steal the election. Nobody has more respect for women than me!” (RELATED: Another Woman Has Accused Donald Trump Of Sexual Assault)

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Gloria Allred and Summer Zervos. (Photo: Getty Images)

On Friday alone, two women accused Trump of groping them.

Kristin Anderson told the Washington Post that she was an aspiring model in her early twenties when he put his hands up her skirt while she was seated next to him on a red tufted couch in a Manhattan nightclub in the early 1990s. (RELATED: Trump Sexual Assault Accuser Sent Glowing Email To His Assistant In April)

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Summer Zervos, a former contestant on “The Apprentice,” claimed Trump kissed and groped her while meeting under the pretense of business opportunities.

After Zervos made her allegations during a press conference with Gloria Allred on Friday, Trump’s campaign released an email Zervos sent him in April asking to reconnect with him. (RELATED: Nancy O’Dell And Her Husband Are Separating)