Ex-Campaign Worker for Trump Sues Over Unwanted Kiss Claim

The lawsuit, first reported by The Washington Post, seeks unspecified money damages and an order preventing the president from "grabbing, kissing or otherwise assaulting or harassing women without prior express consent."

  • Published 25 February 2019

MIAMI (AP) — A former worker on President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign claims in a lawsuit filed Monday that he abruptly grabbed her by the hand and planted an unwanted kiss on her face during a Florida meeting with staff and volunteers. Alva Johnson, who lives in the Huntsville, Alabama area, contends in the federal lawsuit that Trump made the nonconsensual advance in August 2016 in Tampa, Florida. She says he "grasped her hand and… Read at AP News