Just before the 2016 presidential election, the Access Hollywood tape was released, on which Trump bragged about how he treated women. Under normal circumstances, that should have killed his run for office. Almost immediately, though, the Republican Party (through Wikileaks) had been stolen from the Democratic Party by the Russians, and Trump's crude comments were relegated to second burner status.
While he was in office, past allegations of sexual misconduct could not be brought against him, but that is no longer the case.
One of the women that Trump kissed and gropes was Summer Zervos, who sought career advise from Trump two years after she had been on "The Apprentice".
A New York state judge on Monday gave former U.S. President Donald Trump a Dec. 23 deadline to undergo questioning in a defamation lawsuit filed by a former contestant on "The Apprentice" after he denied her sexual assault accusations.
Justice Jennifer Schecter of the New York state court in Manhattan said Trump must submit to a deposition, after his lawyer said Trump planned to counter-sue his accuser, Summer Zervos, under a state law designed to encourage free speech.
Also still pending is the case involving the woman who Trump raped (E. Jean Carroll ) inside a Manhattan clothing store.
She still has his DNA on the dress she was wearing at the time.
In January 2020, Carroll's attorneys served a request for a DNA sample from Trump to compare against the unidentified male DNA on the black dress she was wearing when she alleged he attacked her. 
In September 2020, citing the Federal Tort Claims Act, DOJ lawyers argued that Trump, in responding to Carroll's accusation, had acted in his official capacity. In addition to replacing Trump's personal lawyers, the right to move the proceedings from state to federal court was asserted. Carroll's lawyer, Roberta A. Kaplan issued a statement that in part read: "Trump's effort to wield the power of the U.S. government to evade responsibility for his private misconduct is without precedent."
In October, U.S. District Court Judge Lewis Kaplan rejected the government's motion. In November, the DOJ filed an appeal with the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.