Trump, at the last debate, you said your talk about grabbing women was just that, talk, and that youd never actually done it. And since then, as we all know, nine women have come forward and said that you either groped them or kissed them without their consent. Why would so many different women from so many different circumstances over so many different years, why would they all in this last couple of weeks make up you deny this. Why would they make up these stories? And since this is a question for both of you, secretary Clinton, Mr. Trump says what your husband did and what you defended was even worse. Mr. Trump, you go first. Trump: Well, first of all, those stories have been largely debunked.
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Jo Stevens is new shadow Welsh secretary Some posts have been vacant since a wave of shadow cabinet resignations in the aftermath of June's EU referendum. Announcing changes to his top team, the Labour leader said in ธุรกิจเครือข่ายมีอะไรบ้าง a statement: "I am delighted to confirm the appointments of four extremely talented women to our shadow cabinet. "These appointments mean, for the first time ever, two out of the three traditional 'great offices of state' will be shadowed by women." Image copyright PA Image caption Shami Chakrabarti was recently made a Labour peer He added that his front bench would include ten Labour MPs from the north of England and five black or ethnic minority MPs. Ms Abbott, who held the shadow health brief, said of her new role: "I am honoured to serve. My first job when I left university was as a graduate trainee in the Home Office, so my career has come full circle." The position was vacated by Andy Burnham who quit to run in the Greater Manchester mayoral election. Conservative MP Luke Hall said Ms Abbott's appointment showed Labour had "lost touch with ordinary working class people". He said: "By appointing a shadow home secretary who disagrees with the public, and her own party, about the need to control our own borders, Labour have abandoned the centre ground." Mr Starmer will join shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, shadow international trade secretary Barry Gardiner, new shadow economic secretary Jonathan Reynolds and shadow chancellor John McDonnell on Labour's "shadow Brexit team". Baroness Chakrabarti, who was recently made a Labour peer, joins the shadow cabinet for the first time - as shadow attorney general. Accepting the shadow cabinet role, she said it was "an enormous privilege", and added: "I hope to follow in a great tradition of law officers on both sides of the aisle who have defended rights, freedoms and the rule of law." Image copyright PA Image caption Nick Brown was chief whip when Gordon Brown was prime minister In other reshuffle news, Jo Stevens is the new shadow Welsh secretary and Sarah Champion has been made shadow women and equalities minister. Mr Corbyn has created a new position, shadow minister for black and minority ethnic communities, and appointed Dawn Butler to the role. New opposition chief whip Mr Brown, who served in the same role under both Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, said he hoped to "bring experience" and "play a constructive role" in providing the "strongest possible opposition" to the Conservative government.