"a) Few knew who he was"
He's been very well known for decades, this is a nonsense answer.
"b) Because it probably never happened."
More likely that when one person comes out with a claim they aren't taken seriously, and when the person they are accusing is a billionaire they are risking social and career suicide.
Women are raped every day, it's disgusting that when they come out about it the first response is typically to accuse them of lying and making it up.
There's no reason for these women to come out right now to harm his election chances, he'd already lost the election before any of these women spoke out.http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/?ex_cid=rrpromo#now
Clinton is currently projected to have a 87.1% chance to win the election, and is projected to receive 340 electoral votes. She only needs 270 to win.
Lets go back to before any of these women spoke out:
They projected she had a 87.4% chance to win two weeks ago, right before the video of him and Billy Bush became public.
Edited 10/21/2016 02:19:51