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Tags: Trump Administration | Barack Obama | Donald Trump | donald trump | women | barack obama

Trump: Why Don't Women Come Out Against Obama?

Trump: Why Don't Women Come Out Against Obama?

(AP)

By    |   Friday, 14 October 2016 05:49 PM

Donald Trump responded to President Barack Obama's criticism Friday, calling him "an incompetent president" who "doesn't know what he is doing" in a stump speech in North Carolina. He also asked why women are not speaking out against him.

"Why doesn't some woman maybe come up and say what they say falsely about me?" Trump told supporters in Greensboro, N.C. "They can say it about him. They can say it about anybody.

"I'll tell you what, you better be careful because they can say it about anybody, anybody at all."

In potentially election-turning week in his presidential campaign, the Republican nominee has gone on the attack of his sexual assault accusers, in addition to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration.

Newsmax's Jason Devaney has outlined the growing list of allegations against Trump here.

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Donald Trump responded to President Barack Obama's criticism Friday, calling him "an incompetent president" who "doesn't know what he is doing" in a stump speech in North Carolina. He also asked why women are not speaking out against him.
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