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Nordstrom announced they are dropping Ivanka Trump's clothing line

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  • On Friday, just a handful of severely marked down shoes are all that remain of Ivanka Trump's clothing line on the Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack websites 
  • The department store announced on Thursday that it was dropping the brand due to poor sales
  • It's believed that the poor sales were caused by a boycott of Trump brands by those unhappy with the election's outcome 
  • Following the Nordstrom news, Ivanka's line has completely disappeared from the Neiman Marcus website  
  • As the final items in her line were put on clearance, the first daughter looked downcast as she attended a meeting with business leaders at the White House  

The morning after Nordstrom announced it was cutting Ivanka Trump's clothing line, the last of the items were marked down in a fire sale. 

While the store and its outlet, Nordstrom Rack, used to carry dozens of clothing items including dresses, coats and handbags - all that remains on both websites are a handful of shoes marked down 40 to 60 per cent. 

Following the Nordstrom news, Ivanka's line has completely disappeared from the Neiman Marcus website. Racked reports that there were 21 Ivanka items on the website this week - including a $12,000 bracelet- but now they are all gone  

As the department store cleared out their stock of Ivanka-branded items, the first daughter could barely put on a smile as she attended a meeting with business leaders at the White House.

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Everything must GO! All that remains of Ivanka Trump's clothing line on Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack's websites are a handful of severely marked down shoes. Here  is all that's left of her brand on the Nordstrom outlet website

Everything must GO! All that remains of Ivanka Trump's clothing line on Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack's websites are a handful of severely marked down shoes. Here  is all that's left of her brand on the Nordstrom outlet website

First daughter fire sale: The department store announced on Thursday that it was cutting the brand due to poor sales. The remaining shoes on Nordstrom's website now feature 'new markdown' notices. The site used to feature not only shoes but also clothes and bags

First daughter fire sale: The department store announced on Thursday that it was cutting the brand due to poor sales. The remaining shoes on Nordstrom's website now feature 'new markdown' notices. The site used to feature not only shoes but also clothes and bags

Boycott: It's believed that a boycott of the Ivanka Trump brand led to the poor sales. Above, Trump looks downcast as she attends a meeting with business leaders at the White House on Friday

Boycott: It's believed that a boycott of the Ivanka Trump brand led to the poor sales. Above, Trump looks downcast as she attends a meeting with business leaders at the White House on Friday

Seat at the table: Ivanka is seen listening to her father at the business council meeting on Friday. From left to right: the first daughter, Global Infrastructure Partners Chairman Adebayo Ogunlesi, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi, Blackstone Group Chairman, CEO Stephen Schwarzman and the president 

Seat at the table: Ivanka is seen listening to her father at the business council meeting on Friday. From left to right: the first daughter, Global Infrastructure Partners Chairman Adebayo Ogunlesi, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi, Blackstone Group Chairman, CEO Stephen Schwarzman and the president 

Friday marked the first gathering of President Trump's council of business leaders. 

Led by Stephen Schwarzman, chairman and chief executive of the private equity group Blackstone, the council has about 15 members, including the leaders of Wal-Mart, Tesla, the Cleveland Clinic and Pepsi.

The council is 'designed to provide direct input to the president from many of the best and brightest in the business world in a frank, non-bureaucratic, and nonpartisan manner,' according to a Blackstone press release in December announcing its formation. 

Her own model: Throughout the campaign, Ivanka often wore her own clothing line as she stumped for her father on the campaign trail 

Smiles: Ernst & Young CEO Mark Weinberger talks with Ivanka Trump as U.S. President Donald Trump hosts a strategy and policy forum with chief executives of major U.S. companies at the White House in Washington February 3, 2017

Smiles: Ernst & Young CEO Mark Weinberger talks with Ivanka Trump as U.S. President Donald Trump hosts a strategy and policy forum with chief executives of major U.S. companies at the White House in Washington February 3, 2017

Nordstrom announced that they were cutting ties with Ivanka's fashion brand after an online boycott started in response to her father's election victory.  

Nordstrom denied partisanship in the decision to drop Trump's brand, insisting the move was made as a result of poor sales months after it was hit by a grassroots boycott started by a marketing specialist and a grandmother.

The Grab Your Wallet campaign was launched on October 11 by Shannon Coulter and Sue Atencio after they 'simultaneously realized they could no longer in good conscience shop at retailers that do business with the Trump family'.

The campaign compiled a list of businesses that sell Trump family goods. The extensive list also includes companies that advertise on Celebrity Apprentice or executives that have raised money for President Donald Trump.

The campaign name was direct reference to the president's infamous 'grab them by the p***y' remark from 2005 a leaked audio tape that led to numerous allegations of sexual assault.

A somber-looking Ivanka Trump was pictured leaving her D.C. home as it was revealed on Thursday that Nordstrom Inc. will no longer sell her fashion line after a drop in sales likely due to women boycotting the range 

A somber-looking Ivanka Trump was pictured leaving her D.C. home as it was revealed on Thursday that Nordstrom Inc. will no longer sell her fashion line after a drop in sales likely due to women boycotting the range 

The move from Nordstrom comes after several other retailers have already stopped selling her merchandise due to the Grab Your Wallet campaign, which calls for shoppers to boycott retailers that carry her brand or her father's goods

The move from Nordstrom comes after several other retailers have already stopped selling her merchandise due to the Grab Your Wallet campaign, which calls for shoppers to boycott retailers that carry her brand or her father's goods

The popular department-store chain is said the cut is based on the 'brand's performance' and that they decided 'not to buy it for this season'

The popular department-store chain is said the cut is based on the 'brand's performance' and that they decided 'not to buy it for this season'

In November, Nordstrom responded to a shopper's letter calling for the company to stop selling the brand, tweeting: 'We hope that offering a vendor's products isn't misunderstood as us taking a political position; we're not.' 

By Thursday evening, Nordstrom had completely taken off the first daughter's merchandise from their website. 

She was also not listed on Nordstrom's master list of brands available and the page that previously featured items from her brand was empty. 

But some of her goods can be found online on its Rack site, which is the department store's value-focused chain. 

Nordstrom said it cuts about 10 per cent of its merchandise each year and Ivanka's brand was axed due to its flagging performance.

A spokesperson didn’t reveal whether the decision to stop buying the brand was permanent and said they make buying decisions from season to season.

'I am absolutely thrilled, and I know the vast majority of Grab Your Wallet participants will be as well,' Coulter said.

By Thursday evening, Nordstrom had completely taken off the first daughter's merchandise from their website (above)

By Thursday evening, Nordstrom had completely taken off the first daughter's merchandise from their website (above)

She was also not listed on Nordstrom's master list of brands available and the page that previously featured items from her brand was empty. Above Ivanka is pictured in 2011 at a Nordstrom in California presenting the launch of her footwear collection

She was also not listed on Nordstrom's master list of brands available and the page that previously featured items from her brand was empty. Above Ivanka is pictured in 2011 at a Nordstrom in California presenting the launch of her footwear collection

Since announcing that the retail giant would not stock the Ivanka Trump brand, some have questioned if the decision was based on a political reason

Since announcing that the retail giant would not stock the Ivanka Trump brand, some have questioned if the decision was based on a political reason

Nordstrom has stated they didn't buy her brand 'for this season based on its sales performance' 

Nordstrom has stated they didn't buy her brand 'for this season based on its sales performance' 

Nordstrom has come under fire from Trump supporters, but the Seattle-based department chain insisted the move was not political. 

'Our buying decisions are based on sales, so it was not a political decision for us. We're sorry for any disappointment,' Nordstrom tweeted to one user. 

In another message, they repeated the statement reiterating the move is 'based on its sales performance.'  

When the mother-of-three first launched the Ivanka Trump footwear line in 2011, Nordstrom was one of the first retail partnerships for her, as Marc Fisher Footwear is  the licensee for the products. 

Representatives for Ivanka Trump's collection could not be reached for comment.

Other companies who have dropped her brand due to the Grab Your Wallet campaign include Shoes.com and interior decor store Bellacor.

Shoes.com became the first retailer to announce it was dropping Ivanka Trump's shoe line in November, although the company has folded as of January 27.

Ivanka Trump's independent lifestyle brand promotes her image as a successful working mother and partners with companies to make the branded blush pink dresses and trendy booties offered in multiple department stores.

The brand came under fire after she appeared on CBS' 60 Minutes wearing a nearly $11,000 gold bracelet from her jewelry line, which an employee pointed out in an email seeking free publicity.

Ivanka Trump announced in January she would take a formal leave of absence from both her brand and Trump Organization to help settle her family in Washington DC.

All smiles: White House senior advisor Jared Kushner (above) posed up with Jordan's Queen Rania during the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday

All smiles: White House senior advisor Jared Kushner (above) posed up with Jordan's Queen Rania during the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday

While the 35-year-old mother-of-three was pictured leaving her Washington, D.C. home in a somber mood, her husband White House senior adviser Jared Kushner posed up with Jordan's Queen Rania during the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday

The two were photographed during the annual event appearing deep in conversation and the father-of-three seemed pleased to be sharing a word with the 46-year-old Jordanian.

Ahead of the breakfast, Queen Rania and her husband, King Abdullah, met with Donald Trump, according to a White House spokesman.

There was no immediate information provided about what Trump and the King discussed.

Abdullah, the first Arab leader to hold talks with the new administration, had earlier in the week discussed the fight against Islamic State, the Syria crisis, and other issues with Vice President Mike Pence.

During the breakfast, Trump vowed to free churches and other tax-exempt institutions from a 1954 U.S. law known as the Johnson Amendment.

'I will get rid of and totally destroy the Johnson Amendment and allow our representatives of faith to speak freely and without fear of retribution. I will do that, remember,' Trump said.  


Trump rips into Schwarzenegger during prayer breakfast

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Trump offered me 10k to spend the night with him, says porn star: Adult actress claims The Donald propositioned her after inviting her and two other women to his penthouse suite {VIDEO}

Composure recovered: Ivanka manages to quickly shrug off her father's remarks that came during a Q&A session on the Wendy Williams show

  • Trump made the remarks on The Wendy Williams show back in 2013
  • Ivanka gave a more diplomatic answer, saying real estate or golf
  • Trump is under pressure for his thoughts and comments on women
  • The backlash has even led to a boycott of Ivanka's fashion brand 
  • Trump also declared his support for First Lady Michelle Obama

A bizarre interview has emerged with Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka, in which he says the thing the pair have most in common is sex. 

The segment was filmed in 2013, when the pair made an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show, but has been shared online more recently amid Trump's battle for the White House and sexualized comments he has made about women.

In the clip Trump also voices his support for Michelle Obama - who has been one of his biggest detractors during the election campaign.

Williams introduced a question-and-answer game called 'Fave Five', a regular feature on the show when Trump appeared with his daughter.

She asks: 'Ivanka, what's the favorite thing you have in common with your father?', who replies with: 'Either real estate or golf.'

Donald Trump's weird favourite thing he has in common with Ivanka

Real estate, golf or sex? The bizarre clip has re-emerged in which Trump makes an off-the-cuff, crude joke about having sex in common with his daughter; she looks less than impressed

Composure recovered: Ivanka manages to quickly shrug off her father's remarks that came during a Q&A session on the Wendy Williams show

Composure recovered: Ivanka manages to quickly shrug off her father's remarks that came during a Q&A session on the Wendy Williams show

When she puts the same questions to Trump, he answers: 'Well, I was going to say sex, but I can't relate that to her', pointing to Ivanka.

It is not the first time Trump has courted controversy with remarks about his daughter.

In 2003, while talking to Howard Stern on his radio show he said: 'You know who's one of the great beauties of the world, according to everybody. 

'And I helped create her. Ivanka. My daughter, Ivanka. She's six feet tall, she's got the best body.' 

In the Wendy Williams Show clip, Trump also declares his support for First Lady Michelle Obama.

'I like her very much, I think she's a really nice woman.'

He does say he didn't agree with her attending the Oscars, commenting: 'I thought it was a little unusual to have politics mix with the movies', but he said that did not lessen his support for her. 

'I do like her, I think she's terrific,' Trump said.

He also passed comment on the First Lady's hair, saying he did not approve of her bangs. 

Close: Trump is joined by Ivanka, who has been one of his strongest assets during the election campaign, at the end of the second Presidential Debate

Close: Trump is joined by Ivanka, who has been one of his strongest assets during the election campaign, at the end of the second Presidential Debate

'I like her better the other way,' he said. 

'I think she's a wonderful woman and a beautiful woman, I like her hair better the other way. She'd look great both ways.'

And he even admitted that he thought fondly of Barack Obama, saying: 'I like president Obama in my own way I like him.'

Although Trump has changed his tune when it comes to Obama, he seems to have maintained his respect for the First Lady.

Taking a rare swipe during a recent campaign stop in North Carolina, Trump criticized her for getting involved in the election, but has refrained from attacking her personally.

'We have a president. All he wants to do is campaign,' Trump said. 

'His wife - all she wants to do is campaign.'

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Trump is booed during charity dinner roasting Hillary Clinton {VIDEO}Trump offered me $10k to spend the night with him, says porn star: Adult actress claims

  • Adult film actress and director Jessica Drake made the explosive accusation on Saturday afternoon
  • She said she met Donald Trump while working at a Lake Tahoe golf tournament in 2006 
  • He invited her and two other women to his suite where she said he kissed them without their consent
  • Drake alleged that after she left, Trump phoned her hotel room repeatedly asking her to return to his 
  • He offered her $10,000 to return after asking 'how much?' and 'what do you want?', she said 
  • Trump vehemently denies the allegations of other women who have accused him of sexual misconduct
  • He batted away Drake's accusations on Saturday, stating he would have 'no interest in knowing her'   
  • Earlier he vowed to sue his accusers as he gave an impassioned speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

A porn star has accused Donald Trump of offering her $10,000 to spend the night with him in his penthouse suite after a 2006 golf tournament. 

Jessica Drake, a 42-year-old married adult film actress who works for the same production company as Jenna Jameson, said she met the billionaire at an event in Lake Tahoe in 2006, a year after he married his wife Melania.

Drake, speaking at a press conference in Los Angeles on Saturday, said he repeatedly asked her to spend the night with him and offered her $10,000 to do so despite her rejections.

She had earlier gone to his penthouse suite with two female friends, all of whom he kissed 'without permission' and hugged 'tightly' while dressed in his pajamas, she alleged. 

Trump's campaign dismissed her account as 'totally false and ridiculous' and said a photograph of the pair taken at the event was 'one of thousands taken out of respect for people wanting to have their picture taken' with him. 

He said he would have 'no interest in ever knowing' the woman.  

 

Jessica Drake, an adult film star, accused Donald Trump of offering her $10,000 to spend the night with him in 2006 at a press conference on Saturday (above) 

Airing her accusation after being introduced by lawyer Gloria Allred, Drake said: 'Ten years ago I was working for Wicked Pictures at a golf tournament in Lake Tahoe. 

'I was at Wicked's celebrity gift room in the morning before he teed off. He flirted with me and invited me to walk along the golf course, which I did,' said Drake. 

 'He asked me for my phone number which I gave to him. Later that evening, he invited me to his room. I said I didn't feel right going alone so two other women came with me. 

'When I entered the room, he grabbed each of us tightly in a huge and kissed each of us without asking permission.' 

According to her version of events, they left after around 30 or 45 minutes. When she returned to her own hotel room, she said she received a phone call from one of the businessman's associates. 

'He said Donald wanted me to come back upstairs to his suite. I indicated that I didn't wish to return. Then Donald called. He asked me to return and have dinner with him. 

'Then he asked me: "What do you want? How much?"'

An offer of $10,000 to return to his suite followed, she said, unable to recall whether Trump or the man calling on his behalf proposed it to her.

 

Drake, flanked by celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred (above), produced a photograph of herself with Trump at the 2006 Lake Tahoe tournament

Drake, flanked by celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred (above), produced a photograph of herself with Trump at the 2006 Lake Tahoe tournament

Drake described in detail how she had met Trump and given him her phone number after walking the golf course with him 

Drake described in detail how she had met Trump and given him her phone number after walking the golf course with him 

'Be careful what you wish for Mr Trump': Allred gave a stern warning to Trump in response to his threat to sue the women accusing him as she introduced Drake at the press conference 

TRUMP CAMPAIGN STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO DRAKE'S ACCUSATIONS 

'This story is totally false and ridiculous. 

'The picture is one of thousands taken out of respect for people asking to have their picture taken with Mr. Trump. 

'Mr. Trump does not know this person, does not remember this person and would have no interest in ever knowing her. 

'This is just another attempt by the Clinton campaign to defame a candidate who just today is number one in three different polls. 

'Anyone who would pay thugs to incite violence at a rally against American citizens, as was released on video, will stop at nothing. 

'Just another example of the Clinton campaign trying to rig the election.'

Drake said she used the excuse of having to return to Los Angeles for work the next morning and he offered her the use of his private jet. 

Trump's campaign issued a statement denying her version of events an hour later. 

'This story is totally false and ridiculous. 

'The picture is one of thousands taken out of respect for people asking to have their picture taken with Mr. Trump.

Drake said she was not seeking any financial compensation but felt compelled to share her accusation 

Drake said she was not seeking any financial compensation but felt compelled to share her accusation 

'Mr. Trump does not know this person, does not remember this person and would have no interest in ever knowing her.' 

Accusing his opponent of turfing up another accuser to harm his campaign, his spokesman continued: ' This is just another attempt by the Clinton campaign to defame a candidate who just today is number one in three different polls. 

'Anyone who would pay thugs to incite violence at a rally against American citizens, as was released on video, will stop at nothing. 

'Just another example of the Clinton campaign trying to rig the election.'

Hours earlier, he vowed to sue other women accusing him of sexual impropriety.

Drake said it was the women's varying testimonies about his sexual behavior that prompted her to come forward. 

'Collectively, his words and his actions are huge testament to his character. That of uncontrollable misogyny, entitlement and being a sexual assault apologist. 

'This is not acceptable behavior for anyone, much less a presidential candidate.  I realize that in this situation, I may be but a tiny grain of sand. But clearly, this is an enormous beach.' 

Drake insisted she was not seeking 'monetary compensation' or fame, but that she was prepared to speak out to stand 'in solidarity' with Trump's other accusers. 

Trump said the photograph taken of the pair was just 'one of thousands' of requests he receives to pose with fans 

Trump said the photograph taken of the pair was just 'one of thousands' of requests he receives to pose with fans 

The businessman was playing at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship in July, 2006, when they met 

The businessman was playing at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship in July, 2006, when they met 

Wicked Pictures is one of the largest porn production companies in the U.S. Its stars include prolific adult actress Jenna Jameson. 

It 2010 it halted production when one of its actors tested positive for HIV. 

When the government proposed Measure B, a law to enforce the use of condoms in all porn scenes, Drake campaigned against it despite working for a production company which already required the use of them in its films.

She appeared in a satirical PSA and told viewers: 'Vote no on measure B,' claiming the rule would damage the livelihoods of the porn industry's actors.  

Drake said she told friends of her experience with Trump but declined to name them 'out of respect for their families'.

Allred gave a blistering warning to the businessman in response to his threat to sue his other 'victims'.  

'If Mr Trump thought that such bullying tactics would silence his accusers and prevent other women from coming forward, he will be sorely disappointed. 

Trump vowed to sue all his accusers as he spoke in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on Saturday afternoon (above) 

Trump vowed to sue all his accusers as he spoke in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on Saturday afternoon (above) 

Trump delivered the threat on Saturday as he mapped out how he would spend his first 100 days in office. Above, he exchanges small talk with a park ranger at the Gettysburg National Military Park 

Trump delivered the threat on Saturday as he mapped out how he would spend his first 100 days in office. Above, he exchanges small talk with a park ranger at the Gettysburg National Military Park 

'Women will not be intimidated into silence by Donald Trump. If he sues, we are confident that an army of lawyers will come forward and the public will support their defense.' 

She argued that any defamation lawsuit brought by Trump would place the burden of proof on his side, opening the door to depositions and counter claims. 

'He will have to prove their allegations are not true. In addition, any accuser who is sued will have the right to file a cross complaint against Mr Trump for defamation because he has called them liars,' she said. 

'Be careful what you wish for Mr Trump.' 

Allred, who has also been involved in accusations against Bill Cosby, said lawyers would 'welcome' the opportunity to question him over the women's allegations. 

'You will be required to testify under oath. You may find that these questions may include all of the women with whom you have had sexual interaction. 

Drake was working for adult entertainment company Wicked Pictures at the time 
Drake (pictured in 2013) was working for adult entertainment company Wicked Pictures at the time. She continues to work in the industry and also produces sex education materials, she said

Drake (left in 2014 and right, in 2013) was working for adult entertainment company Wicked Pictures at the time. She continues to work in the industry and also produces sex education materials, she said

'You can expect that many women, who have not yet come forward publicly, may decide to do so.' 

She also claimed members of the public had already contacted her offering to financially support the women's case and that the electorate was largely on the side of his accusers. 

Drake said she spoke out not for money or fame but to stand 'in solidarity' with Trump's other accusers 

Drake said she spoke out not for money or fame but to stand 'in solidarity' with Trump's other accusers 

'Mr Trump, this morning you spoke at Gettysburg, where many brave patriots fought and died and you have dishonored their sacrifice by threatening wives, mothers and daughters who have made accusations against you. 

'These women may not have your wealth or your power or your fame, but they have demonstrated enormous courage and I believe the public will support them.' 

Continuing her rampage, she said his threat of legal action against them was a 'new low, even for you'. 

'Your threat is below the dignity of the office that you are seeking. I say to the women of this great country, we shall overcome'. 

She added Drake's profession in the adult film industry made her well-versed on the need for consent in sexual relations. 

'Jessica is very clear that consent is required. As in her occupation, she consents to do what she does.'  

Earlier on Saturday Trump told an invited audience in Gettysburg that all of the women's claims were lies. 

'Every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign. Total fabrication. The events never happened. Never.

'All of these liars will be sued after the election is over.' 

He went on to accuse the 'dishonest mainstream media' of peddling their accounts. 

'A simple phone call placed to the biggest newspapers or television networks gets them wall-to-wall coverage,' he said. 

TRUMP'S TIMELINE OF ACCUSERS: THE WOMEN WHO SAY HE ASSAULTED THEM BETWEEN 1980 AND 2007 

Jessica Leeds

Jessica Leeds

1980 - Jessica Leeds 

Jessica Leeds, a 74-year-old former businesswoman who lives in Manhattan, told the New York Times on she was 'assaulted' by Trump on a flight when she was 38.

Leeds explained how she was sat beside Trump in first class on a flight, when the Republican nominee lifted the arm-rest between then and allegedly began touching her. 

'He was like an octopus,' she told the Times. 'His hands were everywhere.'

A British man who claimed to be on her flight came out afterwards in Trump's defense. 

He said he had witnessed a different exchange in which Leeds came on to the businessman and not the other way around.  

Kristin Anderson 

Kristin Anderson 

Early 1990s - Kristin Anderson 

Kristin Anderson was out with friends, chatting up a storm at a Manhattan nightspot, when she felt fingers creep up her miniskirt, slide up her inner thigh and then touch her vagina through her panties.

The man who touched her was none other than Donald Trump, Anderson - now 46 - told The Washington Post.

'He was so distinctive looking — with the hair and the eyebrows. I mean, nobody else has those eyebrows,' she said. 

At the time, she said her friends thought: 'Okay, Donald is gross.

'We all know he’s gross. Let’s just move on.' 

She said the incident took place in the early 1990s, when she was in her early twenties and an aspiring model

Jill Harth

Jill Harth

 1993 - Jill Harth

Jill Harth, a makeup artist, accused Trump of 'attempted rape' stemming from an incident in 1993. 

Harth told the Guardian the incident in question took place during a visit to Trump's Mar-a-Lago mansion in January of that year.

'He pushed me up against the wall, and had his hands all over me and tried to get up my dress again,' she told the newspaper. 

'I had to physically say: 'What are you doing? Stop it.''  

1993 - Vendela Kirsebom

Former supermodel Vendela Kirsebom exclusively told DailyMail.com that Donald Trump's 'vulgar' and 'sexist' remarks about the size of women's breasts forced her to switch tables at a White House dinner party.

The sports Illustrated cover model claims her night at a 1993 Vanity Fair event was ruined because she was sat next to the billionaire.

Recalling the 'excruciating' night, Kirsebom, 49, said: 'Everything he said was so vulgar.

'I couldn't listen to his nonsense for an entire night so I asked if I could be moved.'

Lisa Boyne 

Lisa Boyne 

 1996 - Lisa Boyne

Lisa Boyne, CEO of a health food company, claims that in the summer of 1996 she saw Trump make a series of women walk up and down a restaurant table so that he could announce whether they were wearing underwear.

'It was the most offensive scene I've ever been a part of,' she told The Huffington Post Thursday.

'I wanted to get the heck out of there.'

According to Boyne, she and friend Sonja Tremont - better known today as Sonja Morgan of 'Real Housewives of New York' - had been invited to dinner in Manhattan with Trump and late modelling agent John Casablancas. 

1997 - Miss USA contestant Temple Taggart

Temple Taggart, a former Miss Utah, told the New York Times earlier this year that Trump kissed her on the lips during the pageant.

'I thought, 'Oh my God, gross'... I think there were a few other girls that he kissed on the mouth. I was like 'Wow, that's inappropriate',' she told the newspaper.

Cathy Heller

Cathy Heller

Taggart has also sat down for an interview with NBC News.

'When I first heard the leaked tape, it's very unsettling... you don't want to hear anyone talking about women like that,' she said in a promotion clip for the interview.

1997 - Cathy Heller

Cathy Heller, now 63, claims the billionaire kissed her on the mouth without her consent in 1997 while she attended a Mother's Day luncheon with her family at Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida.

She told The Guardian on Saturday: 'He took my hand, and grabbed me, and went for the lips,' she said.

She claims she held back but he persevered. 'And he said: "Oh, come on." He was strong. He grabbed me and went for my mouth and went for my lips.'

Trump denied the accusation, claiming she was motivated by a personal vendetta to have her family's membership fees reimbursed.

Karena Virginia

Karena Virginia

1998 - Karena Virginia

Karena Virginia said she was waiting for her car to go home while attending the US Open tennis tournament in 1998 when Trump began to speak about her with a group of male friends.

He allegedly touched her right breast, telling her repeatedly: 'Do you know who I am?'

Virginia was 27 at the time. The married yoga instructor and mother of two said she is not looking to file a lawsuit against Trump.

At a press conference alongside attorney Gloria Allred on October 21, 2016, she said: 'I believe we are in a moment of crisis and I believe we are all needing to find inner peace,' said Virginia, who did not answer questions after she spoke.

'This is how I’m finding my inner peace.'

Mindy McGillivray

Mindy McGillivray

2003 - Mindy McGillivray

Mindy McGillivray, 36, told the Palm Beach Post that Trump grabbed her backside after she helped a photographer who was covering a concert at Trump's Mar-a-Lago mansion.

McGillivray, who was 23 at the time, said she was with Ken Davidoff at the Mar-a-Lago on January 24, 2003.

'All of a sudden I felt a grab, a little nudge. I think it's Ken's camera bag, that was my first instinct,' she told the newspaper.

'I turn around and there's Donald. He sort of looked away quickly.'

2005 - Rachel Crooks

Rachel Crooks was a 22-year-old working as a receptionist at Bayrock Group, a real estate company based in Trump Tower in Manhattan, when she says Trump kissed her on the mouth without permission while in an elevator in 2005.

Natasha Stoynoff

Natasha Stoynoff

'It was so inappropriate,' Ms. Crooks told the New York Times. 'I was so upset that he thought I was so insignificant that he could do that.'

Crooks told the newspaper the incident took place after she shook hands with Trump in an elevator and he allegedly refused to let go. She says he then began kissing her on the cheeks, before then kissing her lips.

2005 - Natasha Stoynoff

Natasha Stoynoff recounted how she had traveled to Mar-a-Largo to interview Trump and his wife, Melania, in December 2005.

She said Donald took her into a room he really wanted to see, before forcing himself on her.

'We walked into that room alone, and Trump shut the door behind us. I turned around, and within seconds, he was pushing me against the wall, and forcing his tongue down my throat,' she wrote for People.

Stoynoff went on to say how she was rescued when a butler walked in, however when the two were alone again shortly after Trump told her they were 'going to have an affair'.

Jessica Drake

Jessica Drake

2006 - Jessica Drake 

Porn star Jessica Drake said she was working at a 2006 golf tournament in Lake Tahoe when she met Donald Trump. She said he invited her to his hotel room and she went with two other women. 

The 42-year-old alleged that he kissed and hugged them all without their consent. She said she left after around 30 or 45 minutes but received numerous phone calls from him afterwards. 

Trump, she alleged, invited her back to his penthouse suite and, when she refused, offered her $10,000. 

She spoke out on Saturday hours after he vowed to sue the other women who have accused him.

'Collectively, his words and his actions are huge testament to his character. 

'That of uncontrollable misogyny, entitlement and being a sexual assault apologist,' she said. 

Summer Zervos

Summer Zervos

2007 - Summer Zervos - contestant on The Apprentice

Summer Zervos, who was a contestant on the fifth season of The Apprentice, said Trump groped and kissed her in his room at the Beverly Hills Hotel in 2007.

She claims that she reached out to Trump a year after she left the show to speak about possible business opportunities, and when she met with him he kissed her 'open mouthed' multiple times, and at one point placed his hand on her breast.

She claims he then had her lie in bed with him she said telling her he wanted to watch 'telly telly', but soon after began 'thrusting his genitals' at her despite her pleas asking him to stop.

Zervos broke down in tears throughout press conference, saying at one point: 'You do not have the right to treat women as sexual objects just because you are a star.'

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Donald Trump explains ‘b*tch’ comments about Condoleezza Rice + Calls Clinton ‘nasty woman’ during final presidential debate

(Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

On Thursday night, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump attended the annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner. While presidential candidates traditionally poke fun at themselves in a lighthearted manner at the charity dinner, Trump instead spent the evening taking aim at Clinton, and it was clear from the guests’ reactions that they didn’t appreciate it.

“Here she is in public, pretending not to hate Catholics,” Trump said of Clinton, who was sitting next to Cardinal Timothy Dolan. Dolan, for his part, described his seat between the two presidential candidates as having been “the iciest place on the planet.”

“Last night, I called Hillary a ‘nasty woman.’ This stuff is all relative. After listening to Hillary rattle on and on, I don’t think so badly of Rosie O’Donnell anymore,” he continued.

Donald Trump booed, heckled at Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner

The jokes didn’t play too well to the crowd, though, as several called for him to get off the stage and others booed as the Republican presidential nominee tore Clinton apart for everything from her emails to her FBI investigation to her rallies.

“According to her sworn testimony, Hillary has forgotten more things than most of us will ever know,” he joked.

Clinton tried for a little more self-deprecating humor when it was her turn to speak, saying, “I took a break from my rigorous nap schedule to be here. Usually I charge a lot for speeches like this.”

But Clinton also got in a few jabs at her opponent.

“It’s amazing I’m up here after Donald,” she said. “I didn’t think he’d be OK with a peaceful transition of power.”

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Hillary Clinton Calls Out Donald Trump on Racism, Not Releasing Tax Returns, Lies + More in First Presidential Debate [Video]

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According to archived footage, Donald Trump said during a speech in 2006 that he wished former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was a “b***h.”

“Condoleezza Rice, she’s a lovely woman, but I think she’s a b****. She goes around to other countries and other nations, negotiates with their leaders, comes back and nothing ever happens,” the New York Daily News reported him as saying.

On Tuesday, the story resurfaced, and when asked about it, Rice simply replied, “Exactly. Can’t wait until November 9!”

However, according to CNN’s video archives, Donald Trump said in the speech not that he thought she was a b**** but that he wished she was one, saying, “I wish she was a b****. I don’t care if she’s a lovely woman. I want somebody that can go and make deals. She goes to countries, nothing ever happens. Except sound bytes.”

Steve Felt, who was quoted in the 2006 article, said that he remembered Trump calling Rice a b****. “He went on a tirade about politics, probably 15 minutes into his talk about real estate,” Felt said. “Most people weren’t there to hear about politics and most people left. I left after about 45 minutes.”

A video from 2007 also shows Trump explaining his comments.

“But what I said was this, she gets out an airplane cameras all over the place and she waves, ‘hi.’ She then goes and sits down with some dictator, they put the chairs at 45 degree angle and they have a photo shoot and she waves, ‘hi, hi everybody.’ She then gets back on the plane and she waves again and nothing happens,” he said. “Has she made any deals? Honestly, has this woman made one deal that anybody knows, even if it was a bad deal. I’d even take a bad deal. She doesn’t make any deals.”

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(Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images and Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Donald Trump asserted in the final presidential debate that no one respects women more than he does. Yet in its closing moments, standing onstage with the first major-party female presidential nominee in U.S. history, he called Hillary Clinton “such a nasty woman.”

Political pundits of both parties expressed shock at the snipe, with many on social media and cable news identifying it as one of the Republican nominee’s worst moments of the 90-minute meetup in Las Vegas.

Instantly, the Twitter hashtag “nastywoman” was born, with social media users making mostly positive comments about the Democratic nominee, and entrepreneurs began marketing T-shirts. A website riffing on it — nasty women get (expletive) done — redirects visitors to Clinton’s campaign donation page.

The people running Clinton’s Twitter account also made sure to highlight the disparity between Trump’s statement earlier, “Nobody respects women more than me,” and his “nasty woman” utterance.

Trump defenders, including conservative radio host Mark Levin, argued that both men and women can be “nasty” and that there was nothing sexist about his remark.

Just before Trump said that, Clinton seemed to get under his skin.

She’d been talking about her proposal to preserve Social Security and Medicare. Her plan, she noted, would raise taxes on the wealthy, including her and Trump. And then she added of the billionaire, who in the 1990s took nearly a $1 billion write-off for business losses: “Assuming he can’t figure out how to get out of it.”

As she continued talking Trump interjected, “Such a nasty woman.” He raised his right hand to point his finger and shook his head, letting his mouth drop open in apparent disgust.

Clinton let the comment roll off her and continued pressing her case.

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Hillary Clinton forced Donald Trump onto defense over his temperament, refusal to release his taxes and his past comments about race and women during a fiery debut presidential debate Monday -- a potentially pivotal moment in a tight election campaign.

Clinton, who has seen her dominance of the presidential race fade in the weeks since the Democratic convention, delivered a strong performance in which she demonstrated a command of policy and a sense of humor, smiling through some of Trump's strongest attacks. She delivered the best zinger of the night in response to criticism from Trump for staying off the campaign trail recently.

"I think Donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate," she said. "And yes, I did. And you know what else I prepared for? I prepared to be President. And that is a good thing."

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Comment by Big Shot... on February 5, 2017 at 5:37pm
We must all boycott any and everything Trump is connected to and supports. Sign all the petitions you can to remove him, stop his appointees, call/write your congress people mainly senators, and show numbers in the street whenever you can..
Comment by Irving on February 3, 2017 at 6:30pm
Why is the same S**t repeated over n over n over n over in these articles?
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Comment by Contonila Goodman on October 25, 2016 at 12:09pm

A rumour goes around that Condoleezza Rice was fondled by Donald Trump ,but she did not complain ???

Comment by Mr. Johnson on October 23, 2016 at 9:00pm
Don't run now the she devils on that ass!
Comment by E Peters on October 20, 2016 at 6:55pm
Yeah he's the biggest political puppet ever.
Comment by AfricanGoddess on September 27, 2016 at 7:35pm

But,but,in this theatrical circus act,scene 46... who is paying who?

This jester is only on stage to assure her win...

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