As President Donald Trump’s “deafening” and uncharacteristic silence on his alleged affairs with adult film actress Stormy Daniels and former Playboy playmate Karen McDougal continues even in the aftermath of Daniels’ widely-viewed “60 Minutes” interview Sunday night, a new CNN survey published on Monday found that nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the women over Trump’s denials.

By contrast, just 21 percent of Americans believe Trump, the survey found.

The poll also showed a majority of Americans—51 percent—believe the women alleging affairs with Trump “should be free to talk about any relationships” they had with the president, an indication they should not be bound by any non-disclosure agreements they may have signed.

While Trump has yet to address the affair allegations directly—despite being bombarded with questions by reporters at nearly every turn—the president has issued denials through the White House communications team.

During a press briefing on Monday, White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah refused to confirm whether or not the president had watched the “60 Minutes” episode, but then insisted that Trump “doesn’t believe that any of the claims Ms. Daniels made in the [“60 Minutes”] interview are accurate.”

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