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Rachel Crooks: ‘Society has dropped the ball’ with Donald Trump as president

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TIFFIN, OH — In response to the latest allegation of sexual misconduct against President Trump that became public Monday in The Washington Post, former state legislative candidate & Trump accuser Rachel Crooks of Tiffin says the president “hasn’t faced any consequences” for his behavior.

According to The Washington Post, Alva Johnson said Trump grabbed her hand and leaned in to kiss her on the lips as he exited an RV outside a rally in Tampa on Aug. 24, 2016.

In a statement, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders dismissed the allegation as “absurd on its face.”

Crooks responded to the news on social media. “[Trump] hasn’t faced any consequences for his behavior – actions spanning decades & impacting dozens of women (that we know of). #MeToo⁠ ⁠ has done so much for uniting women & holding men accountable, but society has dropped the ball with Donald Trump in more ways than we can count,” Crooks said.

Three weeks before the 2016 presidential election, Rachel Crooks was among several women who came forward to accuse Mr. Trump of sexual misconduct, detailing how she said he grabbed her in 2005 outside an elevator in his Manhattan building and repeatedly kissed her.

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