Wife of NHL Hall of Famer tweets about elevator encounter with Trump

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Stacia Robitaille, whose husband, Luc, is an NHL Hall of Famer and president of the Los Angeles Kings, wrote on Twitter on Monday night that President Donald Trump, "told me I was coming home with him" more than two decades ago in an elevator at Madison Square Garden.

"I was once on a elevator alone with [Trump] (& a man w/him) at Madison Square Gardens (sic)," Stacia Robitaille wrote. "He was aggressive & told me I was coming home with him. I laughed, stating I was married to a Ranger. He guaranteed me my husband didn’t make as much money as him. #ThisIsOurPresident"

Luc Robitaille, who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2009, played for the New York Rangers for two seasons, from 1995-1997. The couple was married in 1992.

Stacia Robitaille added in a second tweet that, "I’m not a liberal lefty and I’m not looking for attention. Just felt bad keeping it to myself." 

More than a dozen women have accused Trump of sexual harassment, with four of the accusers this week calling for a Congressional investigation into the president. Trump -- who bragged about groping women on a 2005 Access Hollywood tape -- has denied the allegations.

Luc Robitaille spent the majority of his 19-season NHL career with the Kings. He spent 10 years as the franchise's president of business operations before being promoted to team president earlier this year.



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