On Friday, President Donald Trump released a statement in which he denied the allegation that he had raped E. Jean Carroll, a woman who had accused him of having raped her inside a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room during the 1990’s.
According to the Gateway Pundit, “E. Jean Carroll claimed in a New York Magazine article which was published on Friday that Donald Trump sexually assaulted her. The accusation is actually from an excerpt from a new book Carroll is slinging — SHOCKER — she’s selling a book and wants publicity. Carroll actually claims in her hit piece that she has a ‘Most Hideous Men of My Life List’ and recalls a list of ‘the 21 most revolting scoundrels’ she has ever met.
“As it turns out, a Hideous Man marks practically every stage of my life. And so, Reader, from this cavalcade of 21 assholes, I am selecting a few choice specimens,” Carroll wrote.
Take a look at the full statement:
According to TGP, “A photo of Donald Trump, Ivana Trump and E. Jean Carroll from 1987 NBC party has been circulating social media refuting Trump’s claims that he has never met the accuser.”
Via Business Insider: Columnist E. Jean Carroll said she wouldn’t bring a rape charge against President Donald Trump following her allegation that he assaulted her in the mid-1990s.
Carroll alleged Trump assaulted her in Bergdorf Goodman, a luxury department store in Manhattan, in an excerpt from her book published Friday in New York Magazine. Her account includes her memory of telling two close friends at the time, both of whom confirmed knowledge of the attack to the magazine.
In an interview with MSNBC, Carroll recounted the allegations that had been revealed hours earlier.
The story will be included in the print issue of the magazine, which will also feature the Carroll dressed in the outfit of a Donna Karan shirtdress and tights she said she was wearing at the time. The writer also said she still has the dress, which hangs untouched in her home.