Trump: Sexual-assault accusers 'want to stop our movement'

Summer Zervos is embraced while speaking to reporters about allegations of sexual misconduct against Donald Trump during a news conference in Los AngelesBy Steve Holland and Dan Whitcomb CHARLOTTE, N.C./LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump on Friday charged that the women accusing him of sexual misconduct fabricated their stories to damage his campaign after two more women came forward with allegations that he had groped them. A Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll taken Oct. 7-13 and released on Friday showed Trump behind Clinton by 7 percentage points among likely voters in the Nov. 8 election. Trump has spent more and more time at his rallies denying allegations of groping since a video from 2005 became public a week ago showing him bragging about groping and making unwanted sexual advances.

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