More women come forward accusing Donald Trump of sexual misconduct

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The list continued to grow Thursday of women who say Donald Trump groped them, but the Republican candidate for president is fighting back, denying all accusations against him.

"These claims are all fabricated. They are pure fiction and they are outright lies," Trump said at a rally in Florida Thursday.

Trump's lawyers have threatened to sue the New York Times for its most recent reporting on the allegations that Trump sexually assaulted women.

"It was a real shock when all of a sudden his hands were all over me," Jessica Leeds told the New York Times.

Leeds said Trump groped her on a plane 35 years ago. Leeds' friend Linda Ross said she encouraged her to come forward.

"I guess she just felt it was the time to do it," Ross said.

A woman named Rachel Crooks also told the New York Times that Trump kissed her without her consent outside an elevator at Trump Tower in 2005.

And now a People Magazine writer has come forward alleging Trump kissed her against her will as well.

Natasha Stoynoff was at Trump's Palm Beach home in 2005 for a profile. She now writes that "...Trump shut the door behind us. I turned around, and within seconds he was pushing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat."

This allegedly happened about the same time Trump was caught talking off-camera with Access Hollywood's Billy Bush.

"You know I'm automatically attracted to beautiful.. I just start kissing them. It's like a magnet," Trump was caught saying on the tape.

Trump's Mar-a-Lago Estate in Palm Beach was the scene of another alleged incident 13 years ago. Mindy McGillivray told the Palm Beach Post Wednesday that Trump grabbed her behind as she worked as a photographer's assistant at an event.

Former Miss Arizona Tasha Dixon said Trump abused his proximity to women during his beauty pageants.

"It was announced Donald Trump was going to come in and before you could put on a robe or kinda dress yourself he walked in," Dixon said.

A lawyer for The New York Times said Thursday the newspaper stands by its story on Trump, and People Magazine's editor-in-chief called the writer who came forward ethical, honest and patriotic.

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