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Photo Of Trump With Accuser Surfaces Online (Photo)

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Old photos and videos of President Donald Trump with the women who have accused him of sexual assault have surfaced online.

A photo of the president with makeup artist Jill Harth began circulating on Twitter just hours after he claimed he either didn't know or had never met the women accusing him of sexual misconduct, The Guardian reported.

Harth said she first met Trump in December 1992 during a business presentation with her romantic and business partner at the time, George Houraney. Harth said she went out to dinner with Trump the following day, where she alleges that he groped her under a table.

Harth said the harassment continued at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in January 1993. She said Trump was giving a tour of the Florida mansion to guests when he pulled her into one of his children's bedrooms.

"He pushed me up against the wall, and had his hands all over me and tried to get up my dress again, and I had to physically say: 'What are you doing? Stop it,'" Harth told The Guardian. "It was a shocking thing to have him do this because he knew I was with George, he knew they were in the next room. And how could he be doing this when I’m there for business?"

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Harth added that Trump was divorced from his first wife, Ivana, at the time, but was dating Marla Maples, who would later become his second wife. She said Trump kept trying to persuade her to leave Houraney.

"Trump did everything in his power to get me to leave him," Harth recalled. "He constantly called me and said: 'I love you, baby, I’m going to be the best lover you ever had. What are you doing with that loser, you need to be with me, you need to step it up to the big leagues.'

"He was constantly working on me during that time and that took a toll on me. But I moved on. I’m a forgiving type person, OK? I’m a Christian, I moved on."

Trump has since denied Harth's allegations, calling them "meritless." Harth believes her business has suffered since the ordeal, and now wants an apology from the president.

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"I’m not going to get an apology from him. That would be nice, but he -- I don’t fully expect one," Harth said. "But he really should have been taught, if you don’t have anything nice to say don’t say anything, OK? Don’t call me a liar."

"He didn’t have to say anything. For once, he should have closed his mouth," Harth continued. "He didn’t have to comment. We were on great -- not great, I’ll take that back -- we were on good terms, friendly terms. He didn’t -- he started this. What is happening now is of his own making, OK? I was quiet."

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has since said that Trump's tweet about not knowing the women accusing him sexual assault was in regards to Rachel Crooks, Samantha Holvey, and Jessica Leeds -- the three women who held a press conference on Dec. 11 to talk about their accusations against the president, Newsweek reported.

Sources: The Guardian, Newsweek / Featured Image: Gage Skidmore/Flickr / Embedded Images: TwitterThe Guardian

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