If what Mr. Trump said was true (grabbing them by the pu**y) there would at least be a court case.
Is that how it works? The only reality is what goes on inside a courtroom?
Double so when you have people like Clinton, who destroyed women her husband was guilty of sexual assaulting, telling people that they have to believe the accusations.
No, I'm sorry, that never happened. The reason I know that is because there would be a court case. The only case filed against Clinton was for sexual harassment, by Paula Jones, not sexual assault. And if Hillary had "destroyed" women that her husband was guilty of assaulting, then there would be a court case against her, too.
Because that's how reality works. Also, I've never smoked marijuana in my life, because if I had, there would be a court case.
Of course, there was that one lawsuit against Trump for attempted rape in 1997, but I guess that one doesn't count because it was settled (although Clinton also settled his case with Jones, so I guess that case doesn't count either). There was also Ivana's sworn deposition that he violently raped her, but I guess that one doesn't count either because after Ivana agreed to a divorce settlement then Trump's lawyers convinced a book publisher to include a note saying that the word "rape" should not be interpreted in "a literal or criminal sense." I suppose Trump's lawyers know better on that one. There's also that lawsuit from a woman who says that Trump and Jeffrey Epstein raped her when she was 13, but that one doesn't count either, because it was filed during his campaign. Lawsuits that are filed when someone is running for office don't count and are always baseless and fictional.
But yeah, no court cases, which definitely proves that Trump has never done the things that he himself has said he has done.
Those accusations are all extremely weak (you can read) so I'd say not plausible that he's guilty.
If you don't mind, I'd like to tap your legal expertise on an unrelated matter. Bill Cosby - do you think it's likely that he assaulted at least one woman?