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What exactly is sexual assault? Expert says definitions vary




Presumptive Republican nominee for US president Donald Trump visits Trump International Golf Links.
Presumptive Republican nominee for US president Donald Trump visits Trump International Golf Links.
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The New York Times has published the stories of two women who claim they were touched inappropriately by Donald Trump.

One of them described an incident on a first class flight to New York in the 1980s when she said Trump groped her breasts and attempted to put his hand up her skirt.

On Twitter, the Republican presidential nominee called the New York Times piece "phony" and a "total fabrication."

Some of the Trump accusers said that they didn't speak up because such incidents were more frequent at the time, and feared that what happened was their fault. 

To better understand the subject, Take Two spoke to Jennifer Long, a former prosecutor, and CEO of AEquitas, a group that provides support in cases of gender-based violence and human trafficking. 

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