Yesterday, 10:22 PM
You are mixing up two unrelated incidents - one in which Trump describes being able to do stuff with women, and another where he was not (rebuffed as you said). Clearly he was not referring to this incident when he was referring to doing things to women, and they let him do it, because she did not let him do it.
Not to mention, at least half of these allegations have been found to be dubious at minimum and quite possibly entirely faked or lied about. The man across the isle on the airplane came out and said the lady was all over him, she was flirting with him, he thought she "wanted to marry him" and Trump had to go to the bathroom to get a break from her.. She is simply an attention whore.
Women throw themselves at men all the time, and they do things like touch without prior consent all the time because they know they are going to get it after - so if you say it is always wrong for men because they might be wrong sometimes, you HAVE to say the same thing about women..
In the unusual event the guy doesn't consent after, the guy understands because 99% of the time he realizes that he was leading her on to think she would be able to do something like that because rarely do women ever start out with that, it is something you gauge.. women like attention, so sometimes they will receive inappropriate attention and it escalates and they realize that they should have done something earlier, but they were caught up with their ego.
You see, usually these things don't just start with a grope. If they do, and the grope is in an area like the breast or genitals then it can be assault. If a women says no in a serious tone and tries to stop the man physically and he pushes forward with more groping then that can be assault. But we have no evidence that Trump ever did these things, even with his statements. With Trump's locker room talk, even though it may have sounded that way we aren't necessarily talking about Trump just walking up to some random girl he doesn't know and doing it, these very well could be descriptions of what occurs eventually after they have spent at least a short time together so it is presumptuous to think otherwise when there isn't really any hard evidence for it.