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Noted Writer Who Accused Trump Of Rape Has A Chilling Message For Him

Now that only three weeks remain before Donald Trump is no longer president, all of the legal problems that have been placed on hold while he was head of state are about to come down on the Donald like the proverbial Sword of Damocles.


While Trump’s alleged financial crimes generally draw the most attention and are probably the ones the incumbent president most worries about coming back to haunt him, it’s worth noting that he’s also been accused of sexual assault, sexual harassment, and rape by 26 women.

One of those accusations was made by well-known writer E. Jean Carroll, who recalled how Trump raped her in a changing room at the New York department store Bergdorf Goodman in the mid-1990s. Carroll recalled the rape in her book, What Do We Need Men For?, writing:

“The moment the dressing-room door is closed, he lunges at me, pushes me against the wall, hitting my head quite badly, and puts his mouth against my lips. The next moment, still wearing correct business attire, shirt, tie, suit jacket, overcoat, he opens the overcoat, unzips his pants, and, forcing his fingers around my private area, thrusts his penis halfway — or completely, I’m not certain — inside me. It turns into a colossal struggle.”

Carroll has subpoenaed Trump for a DNA sample to prove he did indeed rape her as part of a defamation lawsuit she has filed against him. However, Trump and his attorneys are fighting the court order, refusing to comply. But that could be about to change since he’ll no longer be a sitting president.

So will justice be done in the case of E. Jean Carroll? She certainly seems to believe it will, and she responded recently to a social media posting which suggested Trump would settle out of court just to make the case go away:

Carroll, however, borrowed a line from Trump himself, tweeting:

Donald Trump loves to brag that he never settles lawsuits, even though he does so all the time. Remember Trump University? He settled and paid $25 million to those he ripped off with his sham university that only had one purpose: To enrich Trump.

And now E. Jean Carroll is throwing that line right back in Donald’s face. But it’s probably safe to say that she won’t be settling. She doesn’t need or want Trump’s dirty money. She wants the truth about his disgusting, misogynistic behavior to be made public for all to see. May it happen and happen soon.

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Accused Rapist Trump Declares He’s ‘Done More For Women Than Just About Any President In History!’

Did you know that President Donald Trump has been a champion for women since taking office? To hear him tell it, he’s probably the greatest thing to happen to women since Susan B. Anthony and the 19th Amendment. which gave American women the right to vote.

Out of nowhere Friday afternoon, Trump fired off this ridiculous tweet:

Sorry, Donny, but that’s not just bullshit, it’s bullshit that’s been buried in a pile of horseshit and then coated with a patina of guano.

Oh, and let’s build a “beautiful” statue in Washington, D.C.. Why would he want to do that? She he can sneak down to where it’s located late at night and molest it?

Never forget that this is the very same Donald John Trump who has been accused of sexual harassment, sexual assault, and rape, including the repeated rape of 13-year-old girl.

25 women have accused Trump of sexual crimes, as Business Insider noted earlier this year:

“At least 25 women have made sexual misconduct allegations against Trump since the 1970s.

“Trump has broadly dismissed the allegations, which include ogling, harassment, groping, and rape, as “fabricated” and politically motivated accounts pushed by the media and his political opponents.”

The president’s absurd claim was greeted with mockery and anger:

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Recent Supreme Court Ruling Means Rape Case Against Trump Will Probably Move Forward

With the Supreme Court ruling 7-2 last week that a sitting president can indeed be compelled to provide information relevant to an ongoing criminal investigation, Donald Trump may soon be turning over more than his tax returns, and that could wind up be an even bigger problem that what’s to be found in his finances.

Bloomberg reports that a rape allegation against Trump will also likely be moving forward in the weeks ahead:

“E. Jean Carroll, who went public with her claims last year and sued Trump after he called her a liar, is fighting his request to delay her case. She said Friday in a filing in New York state court that her suit falls under the precedent established by the Supreme Court when it ruled that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance was entitled to see Trump’s tax returns and other financial records as part of a grand jury investigation.”

Even though it’s unlikely that Trump would have to testify in the rape case until he leaves office, Carroll claims to have a sample of the president’s DNA from the alleged assault that she says took place in the mid-1990s. Carroll has petitioned for Trump to provide a sample of his DNA to be compared to the one she possess. And the ruling in Trump v. Vance may all but guarantee that the president will be compelled to provide evidence in the form of a mouth swab.

Carroll’s lawyer, Roberta Kaplan, says Trump has delayed the case long enough and should not be granted any further delay in the court proceedings:

“Trump argued that state and federal courts are completely different for purposes of assessing presidential immunity. However, the United States Supreme Court resoundingly rejected the central premises of that argument yesterday by a vote of 7-2 in Trump v. Vance.”

Now that it has been clearly established by the Supreme Court that no president has “absolute immunity” as the president’s attorneys tried to assert, there’s a better than even chance that Carroll will indeed get her day in court.