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Speaking at a news conference Saturday morning, Temple Taggart, Jessica Drake, Rachel Crooks and Summer Zervos, accompanied by high-profile California attorney Gloria Allred, did not directly discuss their experiences with Trump, but issued a call of solidarity with victims of sexual abuse.

“I wish to march today in support of the other accusers as well as for any other victims of sexual harassment or abuse,” said Temple Taggart, a former Miss Utah and one of Trump’s accusers.

“I hope that through my example, I can be a pillar of strength and support for them, and help them see that they are not alone.” 

The news conference came a day after Trump formally took office and four days after Zervos filed a defamation lawsuit against the president over his denial of allegations that he inappropriately touched her.

Allred would not comment on whether she had spoken to Trump’s attorneys about the lawsuit.