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PEOPLE Editor: Reporter Stayed Quiet on Trump Story for Her Own Protection (Video)

People Magazine's senior editor, Charlotte Triggs, says the magazine is standing by a former writer's claim of sexual misconduct from Donald Trump. The writer, Natasha Stoynoff, claims that Trump kissed and groped her during a 2005 interview. Trump adamantly denies the allegations by Stoynoff. Triggs says that when the incident happened in 2005, Stoynoff told six friends about it, but some of them recommended she not write about the incident in fear of Trump destroying her career.

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