Trump denies sexual harassment allegations... on Twitter


Published: 2017-12-13 14:54

Last Updated: 2024-07-01 20:54

Trump has been accused of sexual harassment. (Archive)
Trump has been accused of sexual harassment. (Archive)

After Donald Trump was accused of sexual harassment by several women over the last few weeks, the U.S. President decided to go on Twitter to deny the allegations, calling them “false” and “fabricated”.

Claiming that his opponents are reviving the allegations after failing to provide evidence of his collusion with Russia, Trump tweeted on Tuesday evening:

This comes after several women accused the President of sexual harassment, with three of conducting a press conference talking about their experiences on Monday.

After that, the White House told Megyn Kelly’s Today Program that their claims were “false” and “totally disputed in most cases by eyewitness accounts.”

Recently, several men in different industries were forced to resign or even fired following accusations of sexual harassment.

This comes in the wake of allegations against film mogul Harvey Weinstein and many other prominent figures of sexual misconduct, which gained momentum after the explosion of the #MeToo campaign.