Famed advice columnist E. Jean Carroll has dropped heart-breaking, stomach-churning allegations against president Donald Trump, stating that the the-real estate tycoon raped her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the mid-1990s.
In a sitdown with New York Magazine, Carroll stated that Donald approached her as she was leaving the store and asked her to help him choose lingerie, calling her “that advice lady.” Carroll explained that Donald repeatedly encouraged her to try on the garments, which she tried to diffuse several times before they eventually went into the dressing room together — where Trump pinned her against the wall, banging her head in the process, pulled down the tights she was wearing and began “forcing his fingers around my private area, thrusts his penis halfway — or completely, I’m not certain — inside me.”
For the cover of the magazine, with her story inside the pages, Carroll stood strong in the same outfit she wore that day. Beside her, the headline read, “This is what I was wearing 23 years ago when Donald Trump attacked me in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room.”
Carroll stated that the assault happened in late 1995 or early 1996, and Donald was married to Marla Maples at the time.
A senior White House official has already released a statement in an attempt to cover their own asses and completely discredit the victim, just like they always do:
“This is a completely false and unrealistic story surfacing 25 years after allegedly taking place and was created simply to make the President look bad.”
But the White House’s typical attempt at victim-blaming did absolutely nothing to quell the fire that is burning in Americans all over the country:
So I guess I’m wondering, how many women have to accuse Trump of rape and sexual assault before Republicans give a shit?
— Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) June 21, 2019
So Donald Trump, the president of the United States, was just accused of rape by a woman who has been photographed with him and told two friends about it at the time.
I mean, nothing will happen, of course. But I just wanted to type it out so I didn’t forget. https://t.co/BFWtLLSsdX
— Mike Rothschild (@rothschildmd) June 21, 2019
E. Jean Carroll’s account of her interaction with Donald Trump is a description of rape. Period. https://t.co/FvYCQUpgub
— Jennifer Hayden (@Scout_Finch) June 21, 2019
A new rape allegation against Trump from writer E. Jean Carroll. I am sure this will shock the conscience of precisely zero white evangelicals. We’ll get their usual evasions: “He’s forgiven…we are all broken…only God can judge…MAGA!” pic.twitter.com/b33vu827Ld
— John Stodder Jr. (@johnstodder) June 21, 2019
What E. Jean Carroll describes here is a rape, and it’s clear who the perpetrator is. The President is a credibly accused sexual predator—but misogyny endures. Even Carroll acknowledges, “I run the risk of making him more popular by revealing what he did.” https://t.co/bBhZrvIQF1
— Jamil Smith (@JamilSmith) June 21, 2019
Trump is an alleged serial rapist.
Ms. Carroll joins Trump’s ex-wife Ivana and Katie Johnson (who was 13 at the time of the alleged rape) in alleging violent sexual assault by Donald Trump. https://t.co/QlMccKDW5S
— Leah McElrath (@leahmcelrath) June 21, 2019
And this is not the first time Trump has been credibly accused of violent rape: https://t.co/PX6BvWFbxz
— Ian Madrigal – The Monopoly Man (@iansmadrig) June 21, 2019
Yet another rape accusation against Trump. What a fucking abusive monster. https://t.co/7FSFtP6aXJ
— Matt Murphy (@MattMurph24) June 21, 2019
At what point does this vile waste of oxygen have to pay for the things he has done? I, along with the rest of this nation, am so sick of living in a world where the president of the United States is allowed to rape you.
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