The final presidential debate didn't waste any time addressing Donald Trump's numerous sexual assault allegations. Following an influx of women alleging that the Republican candidate inappropriately forced himself on them, Donald Trump responded, saying the allegations were "fiction,""lies," and possibly something fabricated by Hillary Clinton's campaign. 

"These women [...] I think they want either fame, or her campaign did it," Trump said.

Trump's statement differs from various reports that have swirled on the Internet over the last couple of weeks. Following the leak of the 2005 audio tape, which Trump spoke about groping and kissing a married women, other alleged victims including a former editor at People Magazine, alleged The Apprentice host made inappropriate passes towards him.

Trump's denial also follows his video statement posted to his Twitter account, where he denied the claims and scolded the media for taking part in telling those stories. Trump has previously claimed these allegations are plans orchestrated by the media to kick him out of the running and ultimately "rig" the election. 

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