The New York Times dropped their explosive accusation story about a first-class airline passenger named Jessica Leeds who claimed Donald Trump groped her 30 years ago. The two New York Times reporters for the accusation, Michael Barbaro and Megan Twohey, have a history of questionable reporting about Donald Trump.
Research discovers two additional Donald Trump connected stories with the exact name “Jessica Leeds” attached, and -adjusted for chronology- the same age as the NYT report.
The first is an article in the New York Daily News dated October 7th, 2007 – surrounding a Trump owned golf course property in Rancho Palos Verdes, California where the golf course erected trees to mitigate the visual appearance of distressed property:
The second story containing Jessica Leeds, is related to the same Rancho Palos Verdes golf course and a fence dispute between the Trump property and Jessica Leeds personally. The second story is in the LA Times dated October 30th, 2008.
The title of the story is “The verdict in Rancho Palos Verdes: Don’t mess with the Donald“:
If the Palos Verdes Jessica Leeds is the same Jessica Leeds in the New York Times accusations, it certainly raises the question of an undisclosed personal motive, anger over the past, and/or a probable axe-to-grind.
What are the odds this is two different women with the exact same name, of the same age?
One way to look at this is the New York Times accusation itself holds ZERO evidence of the accusation other than the individual word of the accuser, Jessica Leeds.
Looks like Jessica Leeds has ties to Hillary Clinton. How convenient. Did the New York Times report that?