These people are sick.” The accusations were “all false, they’re totally invented, fiction.

All one-hundred-per-cent totally and completely fabricated. Never met this person, these people, I don’t know who they are.” He repeated this lie at Wednesday night’s debate. “I didn’t see these women.” (He also claimed, falsely, that their stories “have been largely debunked” and added, bizarrely, “I didn’t even apologize to my wife.”) In fact, he worked with many of his accusers, and even the witness produced by Trump’s campaign to discredit Leeds—a man who, by the way, once boasted about arranging underage sex parties for politicians—acknowledged that Leeds and Trump were sitting next to each other on the plane.

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The most painful misrepresentation in Donald Trump’s largely lie-based campaign did not emerge until after the release of the 2005 “Access Hollywood” tape, in which Trump described his way of interacting with women to whom he’s attracted: pushing himself on them physically, without obtaining consent.

“I just start kissing them,” he bragged, talking to Billy Bush, the show’s host. You can do anything.” At the second Presidential debate, Anderson Cooper pointed out to Trump that he was describing sexual assault, and pressed him on the obvious question: Had he actually ever done the things he bragged about?

No, Trump said—and he has continued to stick to this answer, despite the fact that twenty women have now come forward by name with firsthand stories about Trump’s predatory behavior—thirteen of them within just the past two weeks.

A Washington /ABC News poll recently asked respondents whether they believed that Trump “probably has or has not made unwanted sexual advances toward women.” Sixty-eight per cent of registered voters believed that he had; only fourteen per cent believed that he had not.

Two days after that, Cathy Heller told that he kissed her on the mouth after a job interview. There are other stories alleging less physical but no less unnerving behavior.

This morning, another new accuser came forward: Karena Virginia, also represented by Allred, who said that Trump grabbed her breast at the U. Cassandra Searles and Samantha Holvey, former beauty contestants, have described separate instances of Trump leering at them and “checking everyone out” backstage.

In 1993, he called Ivana’s allegations “obviously false.” When the Daily Beast followed up on this story last year, Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, said that, “by the very definition, you can’t rape your spouse,” and then he threatened revenge over the story.

As Trump has done, Cohen refuted an allegation of sexual violence in an alarming tone that immediately brings sexual violence to mind.

In 2004, he said that it was fine to call his daughter a “piece of ass.” This isn’t sexual misconduct as much as it is the language of a man who doesn’t believe that such a thing really exists.

Trump’s accusers have tellingly similar stories: he kissed them, he groped them, he leered at them, he seemed blind to the idea of mutual interest.

He remains his own most prolific accuser: consider the time he told ABC that he had advised his friends to “be rougher” with their wives; or the 1992 video in which he says in front of a very young girl that he’ll be “dating her in ten years”; or the Chicago story, also from 1992, in which he gives two fourteen-year-olds a “couple” of years before he’ll date them.