People Magazine Writer Tells Story Of ‘PHYSICAL ATTACK’ By Trump

Her claim is atrocious and harrowing. Perhaps believable, with ONE BIG QUESTION!

Natasha Stoynoff wrote counted articles for People Magazine in the early 2000’s, with her assigned focus being none other than Donald Trump.

Natasha traveled to Mar-a-Lago in December of 2005 to speak with Trump, and alleges that something occurred there that has haunted her for more than a decade.

After attending Donald Trump’s wedding to Malania Knauss, Natasha visited Trump Tower and toured the residence. She felt that she was on friendly terms with both Donald and Melania Trump.

Around the time that Trump had his now well-known conversation with Billy Bush, when he claimed that women wanted him to “grab” them, Natasha returned to Mar-a-Lago to interview the Trump’s for their first wedding anniversary.

According to her account, she spent some time with both Trump’s, when Donald mentioned that their was a “great room” that “she just had to see.” Melania Trump excused herself for a few minutes.

Natasha and Trump entered a room, alone, and she says that as soon as the door was closed, Trump pushed against her and “forced his tongue” down her throat.

Before Natasha could wrestle away from him, Trump’s butler burst in, informing the two that Melania would be back down momentarily. The interview could continue.

As Natasha recalls, Trump did take a moment to lean in and say, “You know we’re going to have an affair, don’t you?” He continued, “Have you ever been to Peter Luger’s for steaks? I’ll take you. We’re going to have an affair, I’m telling you.” He also referenced the infamous cover of the New York Post during his affair with Marla Maples.

“You remember,” he said. “‘Best Sex I Ever Had.’ ”

Trump then led Natasha to an outdoor patio, where Natasha, Donald, and Melania finished the interview. In front of his wife, Trump behaved as if nothing had happened.

The rest of the evening continued uneventfully, with Natasha returning to her hotel.

She does claim that Trump visited the hotel the next day, where he supposedly tried to wait for her prior to her appointment with a massage therapist.

Natasha says that she has dealt with a combination of anger, fear, and shame over the years since the events of December 2005.

She ends her account of these events by saying, “And, just for the record, Mr. Trump, I did not consent.”

Do you believe Natasha Stoynoff’s account of these events at Trump’s residence eleven years ago?

Remember, Trump told Anderson Cooper during the recent debate that he had never kissed women without their consent.

At this time, there is no legal case pending that involves Natasha’s story. A spokesperson for Trump has said, “This never happened. There is no merit or veracity to this fabricated story.”

Something to think about: As we all know, various hacker groups have been targeting this year’s election campaign, primarily going after establishment figures like Hillary Clinton.

In a recent announcement, the hacktivist group ANONYMOUS announced that they have, among other things, evidence that the Clinton Campaign is working to bribe or force a woman to claim that Trump sexually assaulted her.

Who is telling the truth in this wild, October 2016 story?

It is difficult to discern at this time, but one thing is certain: the next few weeks are going to be crazy!


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