Donald Trump came out swinging on Sunday against a former part-time campaign organizer in Iowa who accused him of being a sexist.
Elizabeth Mae Davidson, a 26-year-old legal assistant and one-time Miss Iowa competition, filed a legal complaint against the White House hopeful claiming she was paid but her male co-workers as an area representative in Davenport.
The complaint, read by The ny Times, conjointly claims Trump commented on Davidson’s look once he met her and another feminine volunteer, saying ‘you guys could do a lot of damage.’
Davidson conjointly alleges that solely men square measure trustworthy with key tasks within the campaign like speaking and event coming up with.
Speaking to DailyMail.com by phonephone in western Iowa between campaign rallies, Trump unconditionally denied Davidson’s claims and blasted the days for business the article while not soliciting for his aspect of the story.
‘She created it up,’ he aforesaid unconditionally of the quote she attributed to him during a criticism she filed with the Davenport, Iowa Civil Rights Commission, expression the phrase ‘you guys might do lots of damage’ are some things he has ‘never’ aforesaid.
‘It is not even in my vocabulary. I mean i would say somebody is engaging, however that is simply not a phrase i might ever use. it is not true,’ he said.
And Trump superimposed that ‘I haven’t any plan World Health Organization this girl is. wherever do they notice these people?
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