At a campaign rally in North Carolina, Donald Trump denied any and all accusations of sexual misconduct made by a number of women against him, telling supporters that the charges were "totally fabricated," as he claimed that it was all being pushed by the news media and Hillary Clinton's campaign in an effort to stop his bid for the White House.
"Our media is indeed sick, and it's making our country sick, and we're going to stop it," Trump said.
"The whole thing is one big fix; it's one big ugly lie," he told a crowd in Greensboro.
For a second straight day, Trump went on an extended attack against the women who have come forward to accuse him of making unwanted sexual advances, as he again criticized the appearance of those women.
"Believe me, she would not be my first choice," Trump said.
Trump singled out a reporter from People Magazine, who claimed that Trump suddenly kissed her at Mar-A-Lago, his Florida club.
"It's very simple, it never happened," Trump said.
"She is a liar," Trump said. "Check out her Facebook page - you'll understand," Trump added to laughter.
Trump also seemed to make fun of Hillary Clinton's looks as well, telling the crowd about a moment at one of the Presidential debates.
"And when she walked in front of me, I wasn't impressed," Trump said.
"She's a liar," Trump later said of Clinton.
Trump also lashed out at President Obama as well.
"Hopefully, our great movement will overcome the sickness that is plaguing our politics and our media," Trump added.
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