Transcript for Donald Trump Says He's Exposed New York Times Report as 'a Fraud'
And we begin with the race for the white house. And Donald Trump tonight, saying he has exposed a "New York times" report on his relationship with women as a, quote, fraud. A former model is now coming forward, right here tonight. The article, a front page report. Looked at trump's treatment of women. One woman describing his behavior as gross, another as immature. Others, though, saying he promoted women and give them opportunities. ABC's Cecilia Vega with one of those women, now speaking out, saying the newspaper promised her it would not be a hit piece. Reporter: The former model quoted in a front page "New York times" investigation into Donald Trump's relationships with women is, tonight, coming to his defense. Rowanne brewer lane now denouncing the story. It said when she met the billionaire, trump immediately took her into room at his mar-a-lago estate, asked her to put on a swimsuit and then paraded her before a crowd. I think they had an agenda with that one, because as many times as I asked and as many times as they promised that it was not a hit piece, clearly it was. Reporter: "The times" portrayed the incident as degrading, but brewer lane, who went on to date trump, says it wasn't. He's very much a gentleman. And he's polite, he's thoughtful, he's a good listener. Reporter: Trump today tweeting, "We have exposed the article as a fraud." But "The times" is standing by its reporting, saying brewer lane was quoted fairly, accurately and at length. The story quoted other women, too -- Miss Utah! Reporter: Including a former miss Utah, who told the paper trump introduced himself and kissed her on the lips. She said it was not an isolated incident and called it gross. It wasn't the only reason trump was playing defense. Today, he also fired back at british prime minister David Cameron, who called his proposed Muslim ban stupid. Well, number one, I'm not stupid, okay? I can tell you that right now. Just the opposite. Reporter: But Cameron, not the only one challenging trump's intellect. In politics and in life, ignorance is not a virtue. It's not cool to not know what you're talking about. Reporter: Hillary Clinton seizing on that theme today, too. Let's just imagine I'm on a debate stage with Donald Trump. So, let's suppose -- here's the question. So, what is your plan to create jobs? His answer is, I'm going to create them. They're going to be great. I know how to do it. But I'm not telling you what it is I'm going to do. Reporter: And Clinton making some headlines of her own here in Kentucky when she said that she wanted to put her husband, quote, in charge of revitalizing the economy. But her campaign today playing down those comments, saying it would be getting ahead of one's self to talk about any formal role in a Hillary Clinton administration. David? Cecilia Vega there in Kentucky tonight. Cecilia, thank you.
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