Trump's down in the gutter strategy is no longer about winning - it's just about airing old grudges
The deeply divisive campaign for the US presidency has descended into an ugly conflict over whether Republican Donald Trump or the husband of his Democratic challenger has treated women worse.
Mr Trump's White House bid is sinking fast as the row over Hillary Clinton's husband, former president Bill Clinton, continues. But the attacks are being overshadowed by allegations that Trump kissed and groped women without their consent. Now his campaign is openly signalling that it will spend the election's final month going over Bill Clinton's marital affairs and unproven charges of sexual assault, as well as Hillary's unverified role in intimidating the women involved.
The 'New York Times' and the 'Palm Beach Post' have reported stories about three women who alleged Mr Trump had inappropriately touched them. Separately, a 'People' magazine reporter wrote a first-person account of being attacked by Trump while interviewing the businessman and his wife Melania.