Former Trump partner rebuts NY Times story on story with women


WASHINGTON A lady during a core of a New York Times square detailing Republican Donald Trump’s story with women took emanate with a story on Monday, observant she never had a disastrous knowledge with a billionaire and does not trust he ever mistreated women.

Rowanne Brewer Lane, a former indication who antiquated Trump for several months starting in a late 1990, pronounced her difference were mischaracterized in a Times article, that used dozens of interviews to uncover what it pronounced was a settlement of unsettling personal function by a presidential claimant with women.

The Times story pronounced Trump, a unreserved Republican hopeful for a Nov. 8 election, asked Lane to change into a bikini shortly after assembly her during a pool celebration during his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. According to a article, he afterwards introduced her to a throng outside, saying, “That is a overwhelming Trump girl, isn’t it?”

On Monday, Lane told a same story in a array of radio interviews though pronounced she had been flattered by his comment.

“They spun it to where it seemed negative,” Lane pronounced on Fox News. “I did not have a disastrous knowledge with Donald Trump.”

Lane pronounced that during a time she and Trump were dating, he “never done me feel like we was being demeaned in any way.”

She also pronounced she supports Trump’s presidential run.

The New York Times responded to Lane’s accusations by observant she was quoted “fairly, accurately and during length.”

“The story provides context for a reader including that a swimsuit stage was a ‘start of a whirlwind romance’ between Ms. Brewer Lane and Mr. Trump,” Times mouthpiece Danielle Rhoades Ha pronounced in a statement.

Trump has deflected critique about his opinion toward women via his campaign. On Monday, he called a New York Times “so dishonest.”

“Their strike square cover story on me yesterday was only blown adult by Rowanne Brewer, who pronounced it was a lie!” Trump posted on Twitter.

Times reporters Michael Barbaro and Megan Twohey shielded their story in several radio interviews on Monday, observant it showed how Trump behaved secretly with women and suggested common themes including unwelcome advances, charge and explanation on their appearance.

“People can weigh a story … on the possess merits,” Barbaro pronounced on CBS “This Morning.”

(Reporting by Megan Cassella and Susan Heavey; Editing by Jonathan Oatis, Toni Reinhold)


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