According to Johnson's suit, Trump allegedly kissed her while on an RV ahead of a campaign rally in Florida on August 24, 2016: "He moved close enough that she could feel his breath on her skin".
She explained that she turned her head and the kiss, which she described as "super-creepy and inappropriate", fell on the side of her mouth.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders rejected Johnson's claims, saying in a statement Monday that "this never happened and is directly contradicted by multiple highly credible eyewitness accounts".
Bondi and Giorno deny the event occurred, as does, of course, the White House.
Johnson's federal lawsuit, filed Monday in Florida, seeks unspecified damages for emotional pain and suffering.
The lawsuit also claims that Johnson did not receive fair compensation, claiming that she was "vastly underpaid" when compared to her former male colleagues. In recent days, Johnson's attorney gave The Post a draft copy of her complaint, and Johnson and others connected to the lawsuit agreed to be interviewed.
"When you're a star, they let you do it", Trump said. The lawsuit said Johnson served as the campaign's director of outreach and coalitions for the state of Alabama, before working to help Trump in Florida during the general election. "He's coming straight for my lips, so I turn my head, and he kisses me right on corner of my mouth". Both women denied to the Post that Trump kissed Johnson.
Previous allegations against Trump from more than a dozen women date back decades.
Giorno called the allegations "ridiculous", and Bondi told the Post that she "one hundred percent" did not see anything inappropriate take place between Trump and Johnson.
"She tried to hire a lawyer immediately after the "Access Hollywood" tape came out".
At least 21 other women have accused Trump of sexual misconduct between the early 1980s and mid-2000s. According to a therapist's notes that were provided to the Post, she was also having nightmares.
Johnson said she began to consider coming forward in October 2016, after video surfaced of Trump bragging about kissing and groping women without their consent.
On some of the reporting in the Post about her relatives in Georgia, Zavareei said it was a "silly sideshow" and that "everybody's on good terms" now.