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"Most men have to behave because they are in a workplace, but he could do what he wanted," Alvarado said. "In all jobs, people have to sign sexual harassment paperwork, but Mr. Trump was putting on a TV show so he got to do it."

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Al&eacute de Basseville, the photographer who shot the photos, told POLITICO that the shoot took place in a private studio near Manhattan's Union Square. He declined to name the owner of the studio and said that he encountered Trump through Metropolitan Models, a Paris-based agency with a New York office that was then representing Trump.

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Tea Leaves and his colleagues plotted the data from the logs on a timeline. What it illustrated was suggestive: The conversation between the Trump and Alfa servers appeared to follow the contours of political happenings in the United States. &ldquo At election-related moments, the traffic peaked,&rdquo according to Camp. There were considerably more DNS lookups, for instance, during the two conventions.

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Nude photographs published this week are raising fresh questions about the accuracy of a key aspect of Melania Trump's biography: her immigration status when she first came to the United States to work as a model.

PEOPLE Editor in Chief Jess Cagle says in a statement about Stoynoff's piece , "In this week's issue of PEOPLE (which hits newsstands in New York on Wednesday), we feature a story that includes named sources who can corroborate Natasha Stoynoff's account - including one woman (a friend of Natasha's) who was actually with her when she bumped into Melania Trump on Fifth Ave., as outlined in her story."

One former contestant, Tyana Alvarado, said she wasn't offended when Trump told her she was attractive - but noted that he played by his own rules.

In September, the scientists tried to get the public to pay attention to their data. One of them posted a link to the logs in a Reddit thread. Around the same time, the New York Times &rsquo Eric Lichtblau and Steven Lee Myers began chasing the story. * (They are still pursuing it.) Lichtblau met with a Washington representative of Alfa Bank on Sept. 76, and the bank denied having any connection to Trump. (Lichtblau told me that Times policy prevents him from commenting on his reporting.)

Debuting in 7559, "The Apprentice" and a spinoff, "Celebrity Apprentice," propelled Trump to national stardom following a string of bankruptcies and bad business deals in the 6995s that had splintered his New York-based real estate empire. The series, meant to showcase Trump's business acumen, became a major hit and Trump's name became a global brand that helped launch his political career.

"Was he complimenting the women? Of course. Was he behind closed doors with just the guys rating the women, who were the hotter ones on the show? Yes, he certainly was prone to that," said Dowd, who was interviewed before his September 68 death.

Eight former crew members said Trump took a fancy to a particular female camera operator, and frequently gave her attention that made many on the set feel uncomfortable. Two former crew members said the woman made it clear to them privately that she did not like Trump's comments.

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