Republican nominee Donald Trump’s campaign has been rocked by allegations of sexual misconduct.
But his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, denies the allegations.
We asked the experts to weigh in on Trump’s accusers.
Will Trump’s women be a liability?
This week, the New York Times reported that Lewandowski sexually harassed two women while they were in his office.
Trump has denied any wrongdoing.
In fact, Trump has said that he did nothing wrong.
The campaign has hired a former prosecutor to conduct an independent investigation into the matter.
How much will it cost Trump to win the election?
According to the National Election Pool, Trump’s total spending in the 2016 election was about $9.4 million, with the money going to his campaign.
The Washington Post reported that Trump spent more than $100 million on TV ads in the final months of the campaign.
If the allegations are true, it would put the Republican nominee well behind Hillary Clinton in the race.
Is there any truth to Trump’s claim that he never groped women?
In an interview with ABC News, Trump said, “I don’t remember kissing women that way.
I don’t know why I would do it.”
He later clarified that he didn’t remember doing it and that he has never “inappropriately touched women without their consent.”
But that is not the full story.
The New York Post reported on Friday that Trump’s personal attorney, Alan Garten, told investigators that the candidate did remember doing that.
How does Trump’s position on women compare to other Republican candidates?
The Trump campaign has struggled to distance itself from Trump’s alleged behavior.
While the Trump campaign did not respond to questions from Business Insider, it did release a statement that said Trump has never had a conflict of interest.
Will he win the nomination?
The nomination process has never been as polarizing as it is now.
In 2016, Donald Trump became the Republican Party’s standard-bearer after he captured the Republican nomination with a landslide win.
But the Republican party has never nominated a woman for president.
And in 2016, Trump ran a campaign that was, to put it mildly, divisive.
His campaign rhetoric was extremely divisive, and he also ran an insurgent campaign that alienated millions of voters.
The Republican Party has not been able to unite around a single candidate since the party’s civil war in the 1920s.
How do Republicans and the media react to Trump?
The candidates’ campaigns have become increasingly bitter and bitter in recent weeks, as allegations of inappropriate behavior have grown.
In a recent CNN interview, Trump insisted that he had never sexually assaulted anyone and that the women accusing him were lying.
He added, “These are liars, these are liards.”
The Associated Press and CNN have both reported that the Trump’s lawyers have denied all allegations of wrongdoing.
Will the women make it in time for the 2020 election?
The Republican National Committee has said it will allow only a select few women into the party.
The RNC has also said that the GOP has a “very inclusive” and “open” process for selecting the party nominee.
The women who have come forward have been chosen for the positions of national committeewoman and a vice president.
The party has also denied any misconduct, but many of them have been forced to resign or face criminal charges.
What is the next step for the women who came forward?
If all of the allegations against Trump are true and the GOP nominee does not face criminal prosecution, the next question is what happens to the accusers?
They will likely seek a jury trial in the next few months.
It’s unclear if a jury will be chosen, but the process of deciding on the case is not clear-cut.
For now, however, the party is going to have to decide whether it will continue to support Trump and what it plans to do about him.