Trump supporters remain steadfast behind the Republican presidential candidate despite new allegations of impropriety. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Donald Trump supporters remained loyal in the face of new groping allegations against their candidate and expressed strong support for the Republican nominee at a campaign rally in Greensboro, North Carolina, Friday (October 14). The rally came as two more women came forward on Friday with allegations that Donald Trump had groped them. "They're just desperately trying to find something to bring up on him," Sandra Brady, a Trump supporter said. "The role of the news media is to report the news as it is, not to put their spin on it, like Fox News does they give you the pros and cons. They have a lot of, they interview a lot of liberals, every time they're interviewing somebody who is for Trump, usually 80 percent of the time, they'll have somebody who's against Trump. They show the black and white, they show the good and the evil," Maria O'Neil, a Trump supporter said. Trump's White House campaign has been scrambling to recover from the release a week ago of a 2005 video in which he bragged about groping women and making unwanted sexual advances. While Trump said the video was just talk and he had never behaved in this way, multiple women subsequently went public with allegations of sexual misconduct against the New York real estate magnate going back three decades. Looking ahead, Trump supporters say they believed he would bounce back. "I think it's going to get rougher for Hillary, I think, I think Donald's going to come out with some hard hitting just truths," Rich Chenery, a Trump supporter said. "If he has a downfall he bounces back he's the comeback kid," said another Trump supporter, Tavares Smith. Trump has denied all the groping allegations, saying that The New York Times, which published two women's claims, and other media, along with his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, are engaged in a vicious campaign to stop him from winning the Nov. 8 election.