Female politicians and activists join a crowd outside of New York City's Trump Tower to protest Republican Donald Trump's language and alleged sexually aggressive behavior toward women. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Elected officials, women's rights organizations and community leaders protested outside of New York City's Trump Tower on Monday (October 17) to denounce the Republican nominee's alleged mistreatment of women. "Donald Trump, we are trying to raise a generation of young men who respect women and they watch you doing the exact opposite. And you're trying to be the leader of the free world- what kind of example is that for our young men?" asked Lieutenant Governor of New York, Kathy Hochul. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has often said the electoral process is skewed against him, including during the Republican nominating contests, when he disputed the method for winning delegates to the Republican National Convention. His latest complaint of media bias stems from allegations by women that he groped them or made other unwanted sexual advances, after a 2005 video became public in which Trump was recorded bragging about such behavior. He apologized for the video but has denied each of the accusations. Trump challenged accusations from several women that he made unwanted sexual advances toward them. Trump spokesman Jason Miller denied a new allegation that surfaced on Saturday, saying there was "no way" Trump had kissed a woman without permission 20 years ago at his Florida resort.