Donald Trump is playing no holds barred as both sides prepare for the final presidential debate. In what appears to be an ongoing campaign of psychological warfare, Katie wrote how Trump invited Obama’s half-brother to the final event, though it looks like he might be a supporter of Hamas. Yet, there’s another curveball. Trump has invited the latest Clinton accuser to the debate who alleges that former President Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her three times in 1980. At the time, accuser Leslie Millwee was working as a local news reporter in Arkansas (via Politico):
Millwee told Breitbart she interviewed Clinton about 20 times publicly and also met with him in KLMN-TV's newsroom. She said he groped her and rubbed his genitals on her while they were alone in KLMN-TV's small editing room.
"He came in [to the editing room] behind me, started hunching me to the point that he had an orgasm," she told Breitbart's Aaron Klein. "He’s touching, trying to touch my breasts and I’m just sitting there very stiffly, just waiting for him to leave me alone. And I’m asking him the whole time, 'Please do not do this. Do not touch me. Do not hunch me. I do not want this.' And he finished doing what he was doing and walked out.
She also said Clinton once gave her half of his tie and wrote his name on her reporter's notebook, and that he once tried to visit her apartment but left after she did not let him enter. She said she was so nervous after the assaults that her grandmother came from Oklahoma to keep her company. After Clinton came to her apartment, she said, her grandmother advised her to quit her job at the TV station.
On Wednesday afternoon, it was announced Millwee will be a guest of Trump's at the final presidential debate in Las Vegas.
Again, this is another dare from Trump to the Clinton campaign to bring up the latest string of sexual misconduct allegations lobbed against him over the past week. It’s the final debate for both sides to deliver their final blows against one another in front of million of voters. Clinton is leading, comfortably in some polls, so it’s dubious whether she will bring up the latest on Trump’s accusers. What we can count on though is for Trump to mention the allegedly dirty campaign tricks, including voter fraud, that was reported by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas group in the debate tonight to show as proof that a dark web of progressive political operatives are trying to rig the system. He also has the emails and the foundation to hit on too with the latest development stemming from the Wikileaks document dumps. The final showdown begins at 9 p.m. EST.