2 more women accuse Trump of sexual misconduct

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Sexual assault charges continue to shadow Donald Trump's campaign. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Two new women accused GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump of sexual misconduct today, adding to a growing list of women who have come forward with similar stories.

Summer Zervos, a candidate from Season 5 of "The Apprentice," gave a press conference in which she said that Trump abused his role as a potential employer in an attempt to have sex with her in 2007. "He grabbed my shoulder and began kissing me again aggressively and placed his hand on my breast," Zervos said, with civil rights attorney Gloria Allred by her side.

Meanwhile, Kristin Anderson spoke to The Washington Post, alleging that Trump put his hand up her skirt all the way to her underwear in the early 1990s.

Neither woman reported the alleged incidents to authorities.

Trump has repeatedly denied the mounting allegations against him. Today, while speaking at a rally in North Carolina, Trump said that his advisers had urged him to move on from the accusations, but said he wanted to defend himself.

"I feel I have to talk about it," Trump said. "I have no idea who these women are."

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