After PEOPLE Magazine writer Natasha Stoynoff came out, right after a New York Times article dropped that accused Donald Trump of sexually harassing two women, she wrote about her alleged encounter with the New York mogul.
But, Trump’s former butler is now debunking the incident Stoynoff describes, saying that it never happened.
Donald Trump’s former Mar-a-Lago Butler backed up the Republican nominee for president in denying the billionaire groped a reporter from People magazine.
“No, that never happened. Come on, that’s just bull crap,” said Anthony “Tony” Senecal.
People magazine writer Natasha Stoynoff wrote an essay this week about how she was groped by Trump at Mar-a-Lago during an interview in the early 2000s. She is one of four women to make accusations against Trump of unwanted sexual advances.
The issue has become central to the presidential race since a 2005 hot-mic video surfaced of Trump bragging about using his celebrity to grope women. He has downplayed the incident as “locker-room talk.”
Senecal, 85, said he never saw Trump putting the moves on any women at Mar-a-Lago — even when his boss wasn’t married.
“Everybody is just jumping on the train,” he said. “I think you’re going to see even more of it between now and the election. But these incidents never happened.”
But will the mainstream media interview this guy? Most likely not!