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Donald Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway reacted to Trump's debate performance and the fact he held a press availability with four women who have accused the Clintons of misconduct.

"These women want to be heard," Conway said of Kathleen Willey, Kathy Shelton, Juanita Broaddrick and Paula Corbin Jones.

"I'm really proud of Donald Trump for raising it in exactly the right way," she told Megyn Kelly on The Kelly File, " How does Hillary Clinton treat these women after the fact?"

Conway was referring to Clinton's statement that alleged victims of sexual assault "deserve to be heard".

"Or, are we excluding those who have had contact with her husband?" Conway asked.

"Juanita Broaddrick in the pre-debate press availability said 'Bill Clinton raped me and Hillary Clinton attacked me'. This is her chance to tell her story."

"If [Hillary] is going to... be some Joan of Arc for women...she totally ignored all four of the women tonight."

Clinton, then Hillary Rodham, represented the accused rapist of then-12-year old Shelton, and reportedly laughed about the case after the suspect was vindicated.

Willey and Jones have accused Bill Clinton of assault and have insinuated that Hillary Clinton enabled him and attacked them.

Regarding Trump's vulgar recorded discussion with Billy Bush, Conway said it was "disgusting [and] offensive, and I'm not going to excuse what he said."

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