Posted September 28, 2018 05:05:50 “He raped me and tried to rape me, he took off my clothes and tried and tried again to rape and rape me,” the woman said in a Facebook post on Thursday.
“I am an American and I am a human being and he is a human.
This is a total disaster.”
On Friday, the Trump campaign announced that campaign chairman Kellyanne Conway had been suspended for two days and that campaign manager Jason Miller had been fired.
In a statement Friday, campaign spokeswoman Kristina Schake said Conway had “abused” a campaign office, a campaign official said she had been the victim of “disgusting conduct,” and that Miller had “failed to report the incident” and that “he has been suspended without pay and removed from his position.”
Trump, who has frequently criticized Hillary Clinton, has denied the allegations.
Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller in a statement to CNN said he had “repeatedly raised concerns” about Conway’s behavior with staff, but he did not elaborate.
He said in the statement that Miller, who had been with the campaign for a few weeks, had been terminated.
“The Trump campaign has suspended Jason Miller from all communication with the media, campaign officials and the campaign staff,” the statement read.
“He has not been allowed to work or communicate with campaign employees.
He has been removed from the campaign.”
The Arizona woman, who did not want to be identified, said that after she reported the incident to the campaign, Conway told her it was the “biggest lie she’s ever heard.”
The campaign’s statement Friday also said that the woman’s complaints were “not about me but about Kellyanna Conway.”
It said Conway has “continued to lie about her behavior and the actions she has taken.
She is now trying to get rid of me by blaming me for the actions of others.””
The women who are accusing Kellyanan Conway of rape and assault are lying,” Schake wrote.
“They are lying.
They are fabricating a story that is not true.”
Schake said in her statement that the campaign had received a number of complaints from women who said they had been sexually harassed by Conway.