Questionable footage of Donald Trump continues to surface.
During an Entertainment Tonight segment filmed in 1992 at Trump Tower, the Republican presidential candidate can be heard making a lewd joke to a group of young girls. Trump would have been 46 years old at the time.
"You going up the escalator?" Trump asks the child, before saying, "I'm going to be dating her in ten years, can you believe it?"
Watch the video above to see Trump's questionable remarks.
In the aftermath of a leaked 2005 conversation with then-Access Hollywood host Billy Bush, where Trump disparages women, including ET's Nancy O'Dell, and brags about being able to commit sexual assault, several new recordings have come to light. A number of accusers have also come forward with allegations about the Republican presidential nominee's conduct that call into question his attitude towards women.
This includes two women who came forward in a New York Times interview accusing Trump of touching them inappropriately in the past -- Trump has denied these claims -- as well as Celebrity Apprentice contestant Richard Hatch's allegation to People that during his time on the show in 2011, Trump would make "sexual comments ... to all the women on the Apprentice, including Marlee Matlin, and Lisa Rinna."
"He did it with whomever happened to be there at the time," Hatch claimed. "He did it in front of his daughter."
Trump's campaign dismissed Hatch's allegations as "completely false" to People, and the candidate has repeatedly defended his 2005 Access Hollywood remarks as "locker room" talk, maintaining to Anderson Cooper in Sunday night's second presidential debate that he'd never touched women inappropriately.
However, four 1997 Miss Teen USA contestants -- including one who was 15 at the time of the pageant -- came forward to BuzzFeed News this week alleging that Trump would walk into their dressing rooms while they were changing. The Trump campaign and the Trump Organization did not respond to BuzzFeed's requests for comment. The Miss Universe Organization, which runs Miss Teen USA, declined to comment.
None of the additional 1997 contestants contacted by BuzzFeed News accuse Trump of saying or doing anything sexually explicit while in the room. However, in a 2005 interview with Howard Stern, Trump discussed going backstage at his pageants with the radio talk host, but was not specific as to which pageants.
"I'll tell you the funniest is that before a show, I'll go backstage and everyone's getting dressed ... no men are anywhere, and I'm allowed to go in because I'm the owner of the pageant and therefore I'm inspecting it," Trump said at the time. "They're standing there with no clothes. 'Is everybody okay?' And you see these incredible looking women, and so, I sort of get away with things like that. But no, I've been very good."
Trump has also been accused of forcing himself on People magazine reporter Natasha Stoynoff, who penned a personal essay on Wednesday evening about an alleged incident in December 2005. Stoynoff claims that while interviewing the Trump family at Mar-a-Lago, the presidential candidate cornered her alone in a room "forcing his tongue down my throat" while his pregnant wife, Melania, was changing upstairs. The longtime journalist also asserted that Trump whispered to her, "You know we're going to have an affair, don't you?" She says that she told a co-worker about the incident at the time, but ultimately decided not to bring it up to her managing editor.
Trump's spokeswoman denied the People essay, saying, "This never happened. There is no merit or veracity to this fabricated story."
Meanwhile, professional wrestler Maria Kanellis, who Trump fired on the third season of Celebrity Apprentice for engaging in "locker room" talk, spoke with ET this week to discuss his controversial "Trump Tape."
"He fired me for what I said, and what he said was much worse," Kanellis shared. "My hope is that he gets fired as the Republican nominee."