Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump test the teleprompters and microphones on stage before the start of the fourth day of the Republican National Convention at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo : Getty Images/Chip Somodevilla)
Donald Trump was in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Oct. 13, Thursday. Speaking to his supporters, the Republican candidate criticized the women accusing him of sexually abuse, which include beauty pageant contestants.
Trump described the accusers as horrible liars, New York Daily News quoted Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's opponent as saying. The former "The Celebrity Apprentice" host added that the sexual abuse claims are "all fabricated," "pure fiction," "outright lies" and events that "never, ever happened."
Here are five beauty queens who are accusing Trump of sexual abuse. Some of them prefer to be anonymous.
1. Miss Washington USA 1993 Cassandra Searles, 27
In 2013, Trump continually touched Searles inappropriately and invited her to his hotel room during the Miss USA 2013 pageant, the former Miss Washington USA claimed. She also accused Trump of having the contestants lined up so he could get a closer look at them.
2. Miss Vermont Teen USA 1997 Mariah Billado, 34
In 1997, Billado represented Vermont at the Miss Vermont Teen USA beauty pageant. She claimed she told Ivanka Trump about her father entering the dressing room while the teenage contestants were changing their clothes but the daughter brushed it off.
3. Unnamed 1997 Miss Teen USA contestant
Another woman who asked to be anonymous claimed Donald walked in the dressing rooms during the 1997 Miss Teen USA pageant. Now a mother, she was 17 when she joined the pageant.
4. Miss Utah 1997 Temple Taggart McDowell, 37
Donald once kissed Taggart on the lips when he was still married to Marla Maples, Miss Utah 1997 claimed. The former beauty queen added that there were other beauty pageant girls inappropriately kissed by him.
5. Unnamed Miss Teen USA 2001 contestant
A former beauty pageant contestant, who also did not wish to be identified, claimed that Donald deliberately walked in on two young Miss USA 2001 contestants while they were naked and getting dressed for a rehearsal. She said he seemed to be doing it because he knew he could.
Amidst these controversies, Donald attended an Indian-American charity event on Oct. 15, Saturday. During the event, he gave good words about India and Hindu.
"I am a big fan of Hindu, and I am a big fan of India," New York Times quoted Donald as saying. "Big, big fan."
Meanwhile, watch Jimmy Fallon mess up Donald's hair here: