This is a bizarre ‘spoof’ video featuring Donald Trump groping Rudi Guiliani who is dressed in drag for a charity event in New York 16 years ago.
The then New York mayor filmed the video, while dressed as a woman, for The Inner Circle for their annual charity dinner.
During the bizarre 45 second clip, Guiliani, as his alter-ego Rudia, is dressed in a blond wig and flowing dress when he is groped by Trump.
Donald Trump, right, accosted Rudi Guiliani who was dressed in drag, left, during the video
Guiliani invited Trump to check out his new scent during the charity video from 2000
Trump takes the opportunity to bury his face in Guiliani’s prosthetic breasts
In the video, Trump is seen ogling Guiliani in drag as he approaches.
Trump asks Guiliani: ‘You know you’re really beautiful. A woman who looks like that, has to have her own special scent.’
Guiliani replied: ‘ ‘Oh thank you, maybe you can tell me what you think of this scent.’
Guiliani sprays the perfume onto his ample cleavage, which prompts Trump to bury his face into the prosthesis.’
The then Mayor replied: ‘Oh, you dirty boy. Donald, I thought you were a gentleman!’
Trump’s presidential campaign is in crisis with the billionaire mogul forced to defend himself against allegations that he groped several women.
He was also recorded making vile comments about a TV presenter he was about to meet to Billy Bush, which prompted the Republican candidate to issue an apology.
According to recent poling conducted by Reuters and Ipsos, Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton is widely predicted to win the presidency next month.
White House hopeful Trump is fending off accusations relating to his conduct with women
Former New York Mayor Rudi Guiliani has remained one of Trump’s most high-profile backers
The nationwide poll, which looks at the likely Electoral College returns, puts Clinton’s chance of securing 270 or more votes on November 8 at more than 95 per cent.
According to the polls, Clinton is likely to win Florida’s 29 Electoral College votes with a current six per cent lead.
Trump has denied the numerous reports that he had made unwanted sexual advances towards a string of women.
He has claimed the allegations are part of a media conspiracy to prevent him becoming president.
However, Trump has closed the gap in Ohio and Nevada, but lost ground in North Carolina and Colorado.