When Anderson Cooper asked Trump during the second presidential debate whether Trump had ever groped women in the way he described on the tapes, Trump said, “No, I have not.”
All three women who accused Trump of assault said that watching Trump’s denial on TV made them angry, because it so closely mirrored their own experiences — being groped or kissed by Trump suddenly and without consent.
Sure, so they weren't offended enough to complain originally, and they weren't offended badly enough by all his other antics that they didn't think coming forward earlier was in the public's best interest? Basically, they weren't angry by it happening so they didn't really care he was going to run the country, but having him deny it, well all three of them decided at more or less the same instant that their threshold had been breached and it was time to come forward.
If he is guilty on these matters, he should be brought to justice, but if he isn't, they should be.
The truth won't come out till well after it's too late either way, but I'd feel pretty grim if it cost him the presidency and turned out to be incorrect. (because who has motive and that person has gone to those lengths to be president and is now in charge of the free world. That's a pretty bad perversion of an election.
If he loses fair and square because he wasn't the right guy for the job (which I firmly believe is the case), that's fine.