Trump Gives Deposition in Case of Woman Who Accused Him of Raping Her and Called Rape Sexy

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E. Jean Carroll was Wednesday’s bizarre representative of Trump-hating hysteria on the Left. She was back in the news, where she seems to always want to be. Carroll is the author of the renowned, world-historical work What Do We Really Need Men for? In a June 2019 article, A Modest Proposal claimed that Donald Trump raped Carroll in a Bergdorf Goodman locker room in 1997. Trump took a deposition Wednesday in her defamation suit, which she brought after Trump had denied the rape charges.

After a lengthy description of the “hideous men” that Carroll allegedly encountered over her long and distinguished life, Carroll made Carroll’s unlikely initial claim in purple prose. The reader gets tired of all the horrible things she’s had to go through, but Carroll is eager to continue the story. She claims that Trump tricked her into trying on bodysuits in order to see if they would make a good gift for a girl he was shopping for. Carroll says that Trump was a skilled and effective attacker.

\He lunges at my dressing room door, pushing me against the wall and hitting my head. I’m so shocked, I push him back and laugh again. He grabs my arms and pushes my body against the wall again. As I realize how big he is, I am shocked to see that he has his arm around me and places his hand underneath my coat dress. Then he pulls my tights down.

The story continues in a way that is not suitable for publication in a family magazine. Carroll claimed that all of this took place in a busy department store. However, it was silent and didn’t attract the attention of any one of the many people passing by. Carroll’s portrait of Trump may seem plausible to people who will believe every accusation against him. But Trump claimed that Carroll was “totally lying” and that she wasn’t his type.

After all the cross-talk, Carroll’s lawyers kept mum about what exactly happened when Trump took his deposition. Their statement was a perfect example of terseness. “We’re happy that on behalf of E. Jean Carroll we were able to accept Donald Trump’s deposition today.” We cannot comment further.” Trump’s lawyer Alina Habba stated that Trump was happy to clarify the record today. This case is just another political ploy in the long list of witch hunts against Donald Trump.

It seems probable. Carroll did not help her case when Anderson Cooper sat down immediately after Carroll made her initial accusation. The interview quickly became one of the most bizarre ever broadcast on national TV. Cooper asked Carroll, “So you don’t feel like a victim?” She replied strangely: “I wasn’t thrown to the ground and ravished.” Because the word “rape” has so many sexual connotations, It was not sexual. “It was just that it hurt.”

Anderson Cooper’s question and the allegations she made against Trump have nothing to do with whether she was thrown to her death or ravished. Cooper tried to convince her that rape was not sexual. Cooper attempted to get things back on track, by following up with the sly comment: “I think most people view rape as a violent assault.” It is not sexual–” E. Jean Carroll replied with the oddest statement: “I think most people view rape to be sexy.”

Cooper attempted to get out of the situation by saying “Let’s go for a quick break.” But Carroll refused to give up and said: “Think about the fantasies.”

She says Trump defamed her. It would be interesting to see the text of his deposition. We can hope that Trump’s deposition will put a definitive end to these opportunistic and politically motivated accusations.