- The New York Times takes no word back from Wednesday published story about ancient escapades of Donald Trump. Two women argued in the past against their will to be approached sexually by the Republican presidential candidate. This was furious and demanded through his lawyer rectification defamation. The house lawyer of the newspaper pointed out Thursday that claim.
' Nothing in our article has even had the slightest impact on the reputation that Mr. Trump has concerned himself by his own words and deeds, 'David McCraw said in a letter on behalf of the chief editors and directors. He added that if Trump continues to believe that there is vile gossip, the NYT to pick him gladly invites are equal before the courts.