UPDATE: 9:10 PM
A third woman has come forward with new accusations of sexual assault against Donald Trump.
Mindy McGillivray told the Palm Beach Post that Trump groped her at a Ray Charles concert in 2003.
Two women featured in a recent New York times article say that Donald Trump touched them inappropriately in the past.
Jessica Leeds was a travelling businesswoman who claims that Trump began touching her inappropriately on an airplane. Rachel Crooks was a receptionist who Donald Trump tried to kiss in an elevator.
Donald Trump has denied the accusations.
Mr. Trump vehemently denied the claims when questioned by a Time reporter, telling her, "You are a disgusting human being."
Trump's past with sexual assault came into question last weekend when the Washington Post released a tape of him and then Access Hollywood co-host Bill Bush have a sexually graphic conversation in which Trump claimed that he could touch women because he was a star.
I just can't believe Donald Trump would do these sorts of things to women.— Matt Fuller (@MEPFuller) October 13, 2016
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Twitter has been quick to pass judgement on the report.
Remember how much Trump dodged & weaved before spitting out that hasty "no, I have not"? He had to know this would be the result.— Julian Sanchez (@normative) October 13, 2016
Many are also reevaluating the moment of Trump's denial based on the information.
Man these surrogates on CNN desperately trying to defend Trump's despicable behavior makes me feel like I'm watching the Twilight Zone. Dam.— Mr. Wiz (@ladiehard463) October 13, 2016
And despite Trump's surrogates' best efforts to defend him, Twitter isn't buying it.
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