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…To Refute Sex Assault Claim

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Donald Trump’s campaign says a British man is countering claims that the GOP presidential nominee groped a woman on a cross-country flight more than three decades ago.

The man says he was sitting across from the accuser and contacted the Trump campaign because he was incensed by her account — which is at odds with what he witnessed.

“I have only met this accuser once and frankly cannot imagine why she is seeking to make out that Trump made sexual advances on her. Not only did he not do so (and I was present at all times) but it was she that was the one being flirtatious,” Anthony Gilberthorpe said in a note provided to The Post by the Trump campaign.

In an exclusive interview arranged by the campaign, Gilberthorpe said he was on the flight — in either 1980 or 1981— where Jessica Leeds claimed Trump groped her.

 

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Jessica Leeds arrives at her apartment building, Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016, in New York.Photo: AP

Gilberthorpe, 54, said he was sitting across the first class aisle from the couple and saw nothing inappropriate. Leeds was wearing a white pantsuit, he said, while Trump was wearing a suit and cuff-links, which he gave to his British flight companion.

Indeed, Gilberthorpe claimed, Leeds was “trying too hard” in her attempt to win Trump over.

“She wanted to marry him,” Gilberthorpe said of Leeds, who apparently made the confession when Trump excused himself and went to the bathroom.

There was no kissing, but the “shrill” Leeds was “very much in your face” with the real estate developer.

“What she said about Trump is wrong,” he told The Post. “I mean, no decent human being could sit by and have a woman go on television and tell the United States of America — accuse an individual of sexually molesting. It’s wrong for Trump, it’s wrong for me. But you know something else? It’s wrong for the American people,” he said.

Leeds alleged this week in interviews with The New York Times and CNN that Trump groped her, touching her “wherever he could find a landing spot.”

“The guy in the seat across the aisle could see. And I kept thinking, maybe the stewardess is going to come and he’ll stop, but she never came,” Leeds told CNN.

That allegation infuriated Gilberthorpe, a retiree living in northwest England, who said, “That I sat there — eyes bulging —  and not intervening is nonsense.”

“If there’s evidence Trump’s done it, sure, hang him from the post, but I was there, I was in a position to know that what she said was wrong, wrong, wrong,” he said.

He immediately recognized Leeds when he saw video of her in The Times earlier this week holding up a younger picture of herself.

“Undoubtedly it was her,” he said. “I have a good photographic memory. I recognized her.”

He said he contacted the Trump campaign because he didn’t like that Leeds said that another passenger sat by while she was molested.

At a rally Friday in North Carolina, Trump claimed all allegations against him are “100 percent totally and completely fabricated.”

Speaking of Leeds, Trump said, “When you looked at the horrible woman last night, you said ‘I don’t think so.’”

Gilberthorpe is even challenging Leeds to a public confrontation.

“I will go to head to head with her — I will meet her again. I will see her eyes across the table with my eyes and I will challenge her on the points she made. And I’ll tell you what, I would do this whether it was for Trump, for Clinton, for Obama, or for any man who’s been accused of sexually molesting someone when I know he did not,” he said.

Also this story: http://www.subjectpolitics.com/hoax-truth-behind-trump-sexual-assault-story-will-make-puke/

This could just all be a crazy coincidence that Jessica Leeds works directly with two women that have ties to the Hillary Clinton campaign…

Or it could be something much worse, like coordination… We are just pointing out the facts here…

Leeds is nothing more than a Clinton operative. And that’s my take on this situation. You don’t commit sexual assault in the open on an airplane for all to see. It never made any sense to me. Bull and I talked about this on Thursday night. We must have  poked a hundred holes in her story.

Pepp

 

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Comments on: "Trump Camp Puts Forward Witness.." (39)

  1. So let me see if I’m understanding this correctly

    This woman is on a plane when a stranger sitting next to her starts to grope her and she does nothing

    Any woman me included would scream out

    Get the F#CK off me

    Or at best throw my Scotch in his face 😉

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    • hocuspocus, EXACTLY. That’s what I told my friend Bull. I’d never just sit there like some dummy and allow a man to do such a thing. I too would tell the guy “to get the fuck off of me” and change seats. But, no she sat there, according to her, waiting for someone to rescue her. Well she’s full of crap.

      Well that’s kind of a waste of good scotch but it is another avenue. I have to say I would have probably slapped any man who ever dared and tried such a thing.

      Leeds pretends like she was just a “little ole victim, poor me, what could I do”. I say BS.

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  2. +++
    I saw her 2.
    She was like an OCTOPUS arms everywhere at the same time.
    LOL

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  3. My first thought was: “Clinton did this.” Guess what, Clinton did did do it!

    Hillary Clinton’s communication’s director, Jennifer Palmieri, said in a statement the latest run of allegations “sadly fits everything we know about the way Donald Trump has treated women.”

    http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2016/10/12/trumps-lawyers-demand-retraction-for-new-york-times-article-on-alleged-sex-assaults/

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  4. Reblogged this on Matthews' Blog and commented:
    If this man’s account is true, then Clinton’s campaign team is deviously desperate to go through.

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  5. Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:
    Your Saturday Morning News

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  6. willibeaux said:

    No end to the Clinton’s treachery. This evil ________will finish what zero started.

    Pray without ceasing.

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  7. There is something to “over kill”…that is exactly what Clinton is doing.

    Remember when Trump was going to Illinois to Campaign? There was almost a riot. Do you remember who was behind that riot? Soros…Soros had an Ad on Craiglist (also). It was either $15 or $16 an hour (sorry, It was a long time ago, so I can’t remember if it was “$15 or $16 an hour. That was when Ted Cruz “blamed Trump” for “the kind of people he hung around. That was a HUGE mistake. That is like blaming the woman when she is raped.

    Do you remember who also showed up? Bill Ayers!
    We have some really dirty people after Trump.

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  8. upaces, Hillary has to use overkill. That’s her way. She is vengeful as hell. Dick Morris talks about it in his books. She goes after anyone and anything in her way and never forgets those who try to thwart her.

    I recall Illinois very well and yes Soros is behind all this Commie activity. I don’t recall how much they got paid but I remember even some getting $50 to go to protest against Trump and they get bused in. Good meals for them too.

    I remember Cruz too and is dirty tricks and turning on Trump blaming him as did Kasich. They were despicable in what they said.

    Yep remember Ayers too. Trump has everyone against him but those of us who support him. The globalists have come too far and will fight the dirtiest they can. I am afraid if he would win, they may even have him assassinated.

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  9. That man, Trump, must have nerves of steel. He sends out a survey to ask us what he should do. He ACTUALLY listens to us that take the time to fill out his survey.

    In every survey, there is a place for you to give your own opinion on something vs. just making a “check mark” beside what you think he should do.

    Every single time I say: “Donald, PLEASE get your own security team along wih the Secret Service. I FEAR for you. Clinton is a killer. She has about a year to live; she do it anyway.

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    • upaces. I certainly agree that Trump must have nerves of steel and think of the character of this man who is still standing, fighting on even though he is being attacked on every side. It takes great strength to do what he has done. Another man without his character would have crumbled by now.

      I’ve never gotten one of those surveys and I’d love to get one. That is great that he takes in what others think he should do. Shows he has an open mind and cares what others think.

      Good for you. He does need extra security. He is in great danger.

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  10. Peppermint, I think you’ll understand this perfectly. This describes Hillary Clinton:
    :
    Shakespeare’s Macbeth. … —Lady Macbeth, upon hearing that King Duncan is to stay the night in her castle, pumps herself up to kill him.

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  11. This man was murdered by someone in Washington D.C. because he tried to Warn the U.S. of 9/11.
    Date: 1998
    ​​A Message to the People of the United States of America
    I send this message to you today on behalf of the freedom and peace-loving people of Afghanistan, the Mujahedeen freedom fighters who resisted and defeated Soviet communism, the men and women who are still resisting oppression and foreign hegemony and, in the name of more than one and a half million Afghan martyrs who sacrificed their lives to uphold some of the same values and ideals shared by most Americans and Afghans alike. This is a crucial and unique moment in the history of Afghanistan and the world, a time when Afghanistan has crossed yet another threshold and is entering a new stage of struggle and resistance for its survival as a free nation and independent state.

    I have spent the past 20 years, most of my youth and adult life, alongside my compatriots, at the service of the Afghan nation, fighting an uphill battle to preserve our freedom, independence, right to self-determination and dignity. Afghans fought for God and country, sometime alone, at other times with the support of the international community. Against all odds, we, meaning the free world and Afghans, halted and checkmated Soviet expansionism a decade ago. But the embattled people of my country did not savor the fruits of victory. Instead they were thrust in a whirlwind of foreign intrigue, deception, great-gamesmanship and internal strife. Our country and our noble people were brutalized, the victims of misplaced greed, hegemonic designs and ignorance. We Afghans erred too. Our shortcomings were as a result of political innocence, inexperience, vulnerability, victimization, bickering and inflated egos. But by no means does this justify what some of our so-called Cold War allies did to undermine this just victory and unleash their diabolical plans to destroy and subjugate Afghanistan.

    Today, the world clearly sees and feels the results of such misguided and evil deeds. South-Central Asia is in turmoil, some countries on the brink of war. Illegal drug production, terrorist activities and planning are on the rise. Ethnic and religiously-motivated mass murders and forced displacements are taking place, and the most basic human and women’s rights are shamelessly violated. The country has gradually been occupied by fanatics, extremists, terrorists, mercenaries, drug Mafias and professional murderers. One faction, the Taliban, which by no means rightly represents Islam, Afghanistan or our centuries-old cultural heritage, has with direct foreign assistance exacerbated this explosive situation. They are unyielding and unwilling to talk or reach a compromise with any other Afghan side.

    Unfortunately, this dark accomplishment could not have materialized without the direct support and involvement of influential governmental and non-governmental circles in Pakistan. Aside from receiving military logistics, fuel and arms from Pakistan, our intelligence reports indicate that more than 28,000 Pakistani citizens, including paramilitary personnel and military advisers are part of the Taliban occupation forces in various parts of Afghanistan. We currently hold more than 500 Pakistani citizens including military personnel in our POW camps. Three major concerns – namely terrorism, drugs and human rights – originate from Taliban-held areas but areinstigated from Pakistan, thus forming the inter-connecting angles of an evil triangle. For many Afghans, regardless of ethnicity or religion, Afghanistan, for the second time in one decade, is once again an occupied country.

    Let me correct a few fallacies that are propagated by Taliban backers and their lobbies around the world. This situation over the short and long-run, even in case of total control by the Taliban, will not be to anyone’s interest. It will not result in stability, peace and prosperity in the region. The people of Afghanistan will not accept such a repressive regime. Regional countries will never feel secure and safe. Resistance will not end in Afghanistan, but will take on a new national dimension, encompassing all Afghan ethnic and social strata.

    The goal is clear. Afghans want to regain their right to self-determination through a democratic or traditional mechanism acceptable to our people. No one group, faction or individual has the right to dictate or impose its will by force or proxy on others. But first, the obstacles have to be overcome, the war has to end, just peace established and a transitional administration set up to move us toward a representative government.

    We are willing to move toward this noble goal. We consider this as part of our duty to defend humanity against the scourge of intolerance, violence and fanaticism. But the international community and the democracies of the world should not waste any valuable time, and instead play their critical role to assist in any way possible the valiant people of Afghanistan overcome the obstacles that exist on the path to freedom, peace, stability and prosperity.

    Effective pressure should be exerted on those countries who stand against the aspirations of the people of Afghanistan. I urge you to engage in constructive and substantive discussions with our representatives and all Afghans who can and want to be part of a broad consensus for peace and freedom for Afghanistan.

    ​​With all due respect and my best wishes for the government and people of the United States,

    ​​​​Ahmad Shah Massoud.
    ​​

    http://www.afghan-web.com/documents/let-masood.html
    ——————————–
    Tag words: ​​9/11 warnings, Bush, Afghan Hero assassinated

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  12. I can’t seem to find you….this is how you sign up for Donald Trump’s Surveys:

    https://action.trump2016.com/debate-prep-survey/

    What I like about the surveys, he leaves an open spot for you to give him more insight, or ideas to help him.

    LOL…Vanity Fair was blasting Trump…making up his own answers. I told that woman, “stay in fashion design and art. You don’t know what the hell you are talking about!”

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    • I’m having the same problem trying to find you. LOL!

      OK, thanks I’ll sign up for those surveys.

      Good for you for setting Vanity Fair straight. I swear they are all against Trump. It’s overwhelming.

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