Democrats accuse Trump of disloyalty over Clinton emails

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HOUSTON — There's quite a few rumors swirling around Donald Trump's locker room conversation.

The Hillary Clinton campaign has accused Trump of working with Russian intelligence. Trump's campaign advisor Roger Stone claims he has had contact with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, and he's also tweeted for month about a "coming email release."

The emails, which Clinton alleges was hacked by Russians, show the Democratic nominee's campaign chairman John Podesta was in contact with the Department of Justice during its investigation into Clinton's private email server.

Now, this claim is mostly conjecture, and so far there's no hard evidence to back it up.

While Clinton throw shade at the Trump camp, at least four contestants from the 1997 Miss Teen USA Beauty Pageant are claiming Trump entered their dressing room while the teens were changing. One of the four contestants said the girls quickly tried to cover up and called Trump's actions "creepy."

However, BuzzFeed reached out to 11 other contestant from that year and women said they don't remember seeing Trump in the dressing room.

Lastly, a former sound engineer on Trump's  NBC reality show "The Apprentice" said Trump sexually harassed women on the set. He also said Trump routinely called him "a monkey" and made him wash his hands before putting a microphone on him.


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