Over the course of his presidential campaign, Donald Trump was accused of being a "sexist," "misogynist," and even a "rapist." While Trump denies the allegations, a handful of individuals say they know first hand that the current president is not a fan of women.

Trump's Twitter backlash

"On International women's day, join me in honoring the critical role of women here in America & around the world," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Thursday morning. Within seconds, the former host of "The Apprentice" was mocked and trolled across social media, with Twitter users quick to point out the president's controversial history involving women.

The first big blow to Trump involving came when he engaged in a public feud with former Fox News host Megyn Kelly during the primary election, who he later went on to accuse of being a "bimbo." Just over a month before Election Day, the now in famous Access Hollywood tape was released, revealing Trump's private sexual thoughts about married women. Over the next month, a dozen women came forward and accused Trump of sexual assault, with one of them speaking out over his aforementioned tweet, as reported by the New York Daily News on March 8.

With just weeks until Election Day, Jill Harth came out and accused Donald Trump of sexual assault stemming from an incident during the 1990s. Harth, who worked as a makeup artist in New York at the time, claims that Trump attempted to rape her at his Florida Mar-a-Lago resort, allegedly taking advantage of her in one of his own children's bedrooms.

Speaking to the New York Daily News on Wednesday, Harth spoke out against Trump's earlier tweet.

"Donald Trump showed exactly how much respect he has for women when we heard him speak uncensored in the 'Access Hollywood' tape," Jill Harth told the newspaper.

Gloria Allred, who represented Harth, also spoke to the New York Daily News to express her anger at the president. "Women are not stupid," Allred said, before noting, "We remember your vulgar, crude, sexist and demeaning language on the 'Access Hollywood' recording." Not stopping there, Allred then stated, "Your words in your tweet today do not match the man we know that you are."

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