was based on a series of interviews that I conducted with multiple women who alleged that, prior to a particular meeting, I forced them to have abortions, or otherwise pressured them to terminate their pregnancies.
“Pence also said he has not been contacted by any of the women.”
I have no knowledge of the existence of these stories,” he told The Washington Times.”
If any of these women were interested in speaking with me, I would be interested in talking with them,” he added.”
We will do everything possible to defend these allegations and all the other women in these cases who have come forward,” he continued.”
These allegations are very serious and I am very sorry if any of them are false.
“The story also alleged that Pence asked female staffers to help him arrange the abortions of a group of female staffers and a female staffer.”
The Washington Examiner reported that the allegations stem from conversations Stolpaz and another woman had with Pence during the run-up to the 2004 presidential election. “
He was desperate because he was facing an implosion in his own party.”
The Washington Examiner reported that the allegations stem from conversations Stolpaz and another woman had with Pence during the run-up to the 2004 presidential election.
Pence’s campaign declined to comment.
The allegations come as Pence faces mounting pressure to distance himself from the vice presidential debate, in which the Republican National Committee distanced itself from Pence and the campaign on Thursday after the network aired a clip from the debate that included a clip of Pence asking women to help perform abortions.
A video from the event was shown during a live broadcast on MSNBC Friday.
Pence said during the debate Friday that he was not involved in the decision to host the debate.
He also defended his own actions in the debate and said he was asked by the hosts if he would stand up and defend himself in a video posted on Twitter.
Pence, who is running for the Democratic nomination for president, said he does not believe he has a “personal problem” with women who came forward with allegations of sexual abuse.
“As you can see, I do not have a personal problem with these women,” he wrote in a tweet Friday morning.
“But I have been called a liar, a misogynist, a racist, a sexist and a misogynistic pig,” Pence said.
“And if any woman has been victimized by my campaign, I will accept full responsibility for it.”
Pentagon officials have repeatedly denied that any women have accused the president of sexual assault.
But a new Associated Press-GfK poll this week found that 59 percent of Americans say Trump is sexually harassing women.