BREAKING: Trump Drops Bombshell Claim About Who’s ACTUALLY Behind Sex Accusations
Over the past week there has been a flurry of new allegations of sexual assault and harassment lodged against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, several of which appeared in the pages of The New York Times.
Trump has vociferously denied the allegations and alleged that The Times had been “libelous” in reporting the accusations without any supporting evidence.
Now it appears that Trump may be about to identify one individual as responsible for what he has called false claims designed solely to smear him and damage his campaign, according to CNBC.
According to a piece in The Wall Street Journal that in turn cited an unnamed Trump campaign staffer, Trump will soon name Mexican mega-billionaire and media mogul Carlos Slim as the man most responsible for the accusations of sexual misconduct thrown against him with less than a month to go before Election Day.
Slim owns 17 percent of The Times, has been a donor to the Clinton Foundation and has expressed support for Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton’s candidacy. He has been outspoken against Trump since Trump first entered the race with his tough talk against illegal immigration from Mexico and his desire to build a border wall.
Of course a spokesman for Slim stated that the billionaire had no intention of interfering in the U.S. election and had exerted no control over the newspaper through his shares.
Likewise, a spokesperson for the Clinton campaign declined to comment on the story other than to fall back on the Clintons’ tradition of classifying anything and everything coming from the Republican camp as being nothing more than a “deranged right-wing conspiracy theory.”
It remained to be seen whether Trump really will call out Carlos Slim for allegedly having a hand in the flood of unsubstantiated allegations that could prove harmful to his campaign in its final days.
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SOURCE- conservative tribune–CNBC, NYT, CARLOS SLIM