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Jak4 6 points ago +6 / -0

I literally loathe this kind of stuff from women. If you can't report it then.... it didn't happen! Imo! Why wait all these years?? I'm a woman, and these kind of women are just ... well, who knows! Trash!

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Sadness 5 points ago +5 / -0

I can't imagine Trump needing to rape anyone.

Most women would willingly. Looks, height, money and smarts.

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MudDog 4 points ago +4 / -0

CNN: here's why assuming [they]/[them]'s gender is literally rape

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theW0knessHurts 1 point ago +1 / -0

Kek

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cyberrigger 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is the guy who dated supermodels --- good luck with that.

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Camarokirk 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm sorry but that chick got the facts wrong....I think maybe it was Rosie O'Donnel that raped her... she looks too butch to be anybody straight

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Jscholl17 2 points ago +2 / -0

A quick google reveals that she is a journalist. If Donald Trump raped her, it would be all over the news and in her columns, in 1995.

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P900 1 point ago +1 / -0

Trump has way to much respect for women for that.

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naahbruh 1 point ago +1 / -0

Talk about news I forgot about damn

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CasuallyObservant 1 point ago +1 / -0

HERE ARE SOME QUOTES FROM THE ACCUSER in a NY Times article 6/28/19:

"...she wrote that she and Mr. Trump had recognized each other at Bergdorf’s, talked playfully about what gift he might buy for a woman, and ended up in the lingerie department, challenging each other to try on a lilac bodysuit. She remembered thinking it would make a great story."

"But in the dressing room, with no one nearby, Ms. Carroll said Mr. Trump pushed her against a wall, pulled down her tights and put his penis inside her. “It was violent, I fought, but didn’t think of it as …” she trailed off, never saying “rape.” “I have a hard time even saying that word,” she said."

She said she blamed herself for going into the dressing room with him. “What an idiot,” she said. “You don’t combine lingerie and going in a closed room.”

MY TAKE: She and he were flirting heavily. She grabbed up the lingerie to try it on and show him. She let him follow her into an empty dressing room late at night with no one around and closed the door. He made his move and she was surprised with his aggressiveness and stopped him from proceeding. She fled. He did not hurt her nor pursue her. I think it was consensual if it happened at all.

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CasuallyObservant 1 point ago +1 / -0

Here is more from a CNN interview from 6/24/19:

When we walked into the lingerie department there was nobody there. Which is strange. It was in the evening. So…

And on the counter, there were three really fancy boxes and a see-through body suit. He walked right to the bodysuit and snatched it up and said, “Go put this on.”
Now that struck me as so funny. Because here I am – I’m 52 – I am not gonna put…

My idea was – I said, “No. You put it on.” And he said, “No. It looks like it fits you.” “No - it goes with your eyes.” So I’m spinning a comedy scene in my head. {she was a former SNL writer}

So you can see how funny that would be for him to put that on. So the minute he went like this, [she gestures] I proceeded into the dressing room, the minute he closed that door, I was banged up against the wall. And hit my head really hard. Boom.

[interviewer: You point out he’s a tall, big person and he pinned you in some way…]

He’s 6’3”. Well, I’m a tall person, too – I was 6’1” in my heels, and was a competitive athlete. So. You know - when somebody shows you…[gesturing].. The thing is, it shocked me. For a moment I was stunned, right? And then he tried to kiss me. Which was repu… it was so horri.. so my reaction was to laugh, to knock off the erotic whatever he had going on – ‘cause a man when you laugh at him, [grimacing] he’s like “Ugh.” No. You know, he just went at it. He pulled down my tights. And, uh… It was a fight. It want women to know that I did not stand there, I did not freeze, I was not paralyzed, which is a reaction that I could have had because it was so shocking…

Now, I fought. And it was over very quickly, it was against my will, 100% and I ran away – out.

[Interviewer: He pinned you against the wall…] Yes he held his shoulder against me.

[Interviewer: He ripped off your tights…] No. he pulled them down.

[Interviewer: He pulled down his pants…] No. Just unzipped.

[interviewer: He raped you!] I see it as a fight. I don’t want to be seen as a victim because I quickly overc…went past it. It was a very, very brief episode in my life. Very brief. I am not faced with sexual violence every single day like many women around the world. And so, I’m very careful with that word [rape].

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CasuallyObservant 1 point ago +1 / -0

The red flags in this interview are:

She said, 'When WE walked into the lingerie department.' Why was she 'with him'? Why was she flirting with him? Why did she agree to try on the body suit and let him in the dressing room to watch her undress and admire her body in that see thru lingerie?

She was agreeing and consenting to a spontaneous 'fling' which is what most men would have interpreted from her description.

It sounds like (if you believe any of it), she was consenting until she wasn't. Then he stopped when she objected and she left.

In another interview she talked about 'rape being every girl's fantasy'.

I think this was her fantasy.