Trump attacks Clinton amidst sexual assault allegations

During a series of campaign stops in the northeast, the republican presidential nominee amped up his attack of Clinton while continuing to defend himself against allegations from several women accusing him of sexual assault.

Trump spoke at an anti-terrorism event in Edison, New Jersey. While his remarks were tame, the same cannot be said for his earlier stops.

At a campaign rally in New Hampshire Saturday, Donald Trump was not holding back.

He now accuses Hillary Clinton of being under the influence during the last debate.

“I think we should take a drug test prior, because I don't know what's going on with her. She was so pumped up at the beginning,” said Trump.

While he was in Maine, Trump went on the attack again- speaking about the WikiLeaks documents and Clinton’s deleted emails, “Hillary Clinton should have been prosecuted and gone to jail for what she did,” he said.

These comments come as a 9th woman accuses trump of sexual misconduct.

One of those 9, Melinda McGillivray, said trump groped her in 2003. She claimed she was compelled to come forward after hearing Trump saying during the last debate that he never sexually assaulted anyone.

Trump kept busy by also appearing in Edison, N.J. Saturday evening.

Organized by the Republican Hindu Coalition, Trump delivered the keynote address for the 'humanity united against terror' event.

Once again, he took a jab at his opponent.

While there were a handful of protesters among the large Indian American crowd, many were impressed by Trump's remarks.