Donald Trump Claims He’s A ‘Victim’ Of ‘Global Conspiracy’

"They are coming after me to try and destroy what is considered by even them the greatest movement in the history of our country,” Trump said in a rally.

Apparently, Donald Trump believes the universe is conspiring against him.

The GOP presidential candidate has been battling accusations of sexual assaults by several women after a 2005 audio recording was released that featured Trump making crude comments about women.

During his campaign rally in Charlotte, North Carolina,  Trump continued to deny the allegations, claiming it was just another attempt at “character assassination” by the Clinton campaign.

“I am a victim of one of the great political smear campaigns in the history of our country,” he said. “They are coming after me to try and destroy what is considered by even them the greatest movement in the history of our country.”

“There’s never been anything like this,” he added one of his favorite statements.







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As is his wont, Trump blamed the media, banks and special interest groups of trying to besmirch his campaign. During the rally, he also attacked Carlos Slim, the world’s second richest man and a shareholder in New York Times, for conspiring against his campaign. Slim has dismissed the accusations but that did not stop Trump from continuing with his dark forewarnings.

“For those who control the levers of power in Washington, and for the global special interests, they partner with these people that don’t have your good in mind,” Trump said. “Our campaign represents a true existential threat like they haven’t seen before. This is not simply another four-year election. This is a crossroads in the history of our civilization that will determine whether or not we the people reclaim control over our government.”

The boorish real estate mogul also attacked People Magazine for publishing a story by a writer who claimed Trump kissed her without her consent during an assignment at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. He called the claims “wild and ludicrous” and requested his supporters to boycott the magazine.

Then he turned his tirade towards his favorite enemy, Hillary Clinton.

“And her specialty, if you look over the years, has been character assassination and really personally just going after people, that's her specialty," he said. "She's been doing it her whole career. The only force strong enough to smash Clinton's corrupt criminal syndicate is you, the American voter, November 8th.”

Earlier in the day, Trump’s vice presidential pick Mike Pence said the Trump camp would reveal irrefutable evidence that would proof the sexual assault allegations against him were “pure fiction.”

However, Trump’s campaign refuted the claims soon after and spokesperson Hope Hicks said, “I didn't say that. Governor Pence did,”

“I will let you know when we have more information,” she added.

Apparently, even the Trump campaigners are having difficulty coordinating with each other over his numerous lies.

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