Yes, the dateline is from July, but that doesn't make the information any less important.
Tonight, Donald Trump will officially accept the Republican nomination for President, putting him one step closer to the White House. His speech will likely allude to building walls, making deals, and keeping immigrants out—but what he probably won’t talk about are the three times he’s been accused of rape or attempted rape, by three different women.
While The Donald’s reputation as a womanizer is well known, the public doesn’t often talk about these accusations. But according to legal documents, Trump has been accused of raping a 13-year-old child, raping his ex-wife, and attempting to rape a former business associate. He vehemently denies all of these accusations—and it should be noted anyone can file a civil complaint in court, and a complaint is by no means proof of allegations.
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