Thursday, May 11, 2023

Trump on E. Jean Carroll: “Her Cat is Named Vagina, the Judge Would Not Allow Us to Put That In… I – NEVER – MET – THAT – WOMAN!”

By Jim Hoft | Gateway Pundit

E. Jean Carroll is a kook.

As The Gateway Pundit reported earlier — Back in June 2019 E. Jean Carroll sat down for an interview with Vanity Fair following her accusations against Trump. The article paints Carroll as a complete lunatic who painted her trees outside her log cabin and traveled the country with her blue-dyed poodle but not her cat, Vagina T. Fireball, who she left back at home.

E. Jean Carroll admits in the interview that Donald Trump did not “rape” her because she did not want to identify as a victim and did not want to give him power. She described their alleged confrontation as a “fight.” The woman is conflicted.

She then goes on to describe how she sexually harassed Roger Ailes.

You also confessed to sexually harassing Roger Ailes while you had a show on his cable channel America’s Talking. He is also on your list of hideous men, but was once a friend.

Oh, I did it. Every day I had a chance. I call him the pearl of his sex. Right on the air. I roll up my trouser legs. I would wait for the camera to come over. Then I would slowly pull up the right and then the left trouser leg. It would say Roger Ailes. I would say, “He’s my future husband.” It never stopped. I’d ask him to twirl for me. I adored him.

She sounds like a complete nut.

And now the left is so determined to take down Trump that they are using this very flawed and conflicted individual in such a serious lawsuit against President Trump.

On Wednesday night, President Trump was asked about the garbage charges against him by E. Jean Carroll. A jury concluded on Tuesday that Trump did not rape E. Jean Carroll but he still owed her $5 million.

Trump responded to CNN hack Kaitlyn Collins, “My poll numbers went up, and they went up with the other fake charge, too, because what’s happening is they’re doing this for election interference. This woman, I don’t know her. I never met her. I have no idea who she is. I had a picture taken years ago with her and her husband. Nice guy, Johnson. He was a newscaster, very nice man. She called him an ape. Happens to be African American. Called him an ape. The judge wouldn’t allow us to put that in. Her dog or her cat was named ‘Vagina.’ The judge wouldn’t allow to put that in all of these things. But with her, they could put in anything. Access Hollywood.



Donald Trump Gives No Quarter to E. Jean Carroll - or Her 'Hanky Panky' Claims - at CNN Town Hall

By Susie Moore |

Former President Donald Trump at CNN town hall (5/10/23) (Credit: CNN)

Former President Donald Trump appeared on CNN Wednesday evening for a “town hall” conducted by CNN host Kaitlan Collins. (While it was a town hall at times, the majority of the event consisted of Collins debating Trump herself.)

While Collins spent much of the first 30 minutes arguing with Trump over whether the 2020 election was rigged and whether he reacted appropriately to the events of January 6, 2021, the topic did eventually come around to Tuesday’s verdict in E. Jean Carroll’s civil lawsuit against the former president, finding him liable of sexual abuse and defamation. While the Trump camp has indicated they intend to appeal the verdict, Trump himself gave no quarter — to the case itself or to Carroll, who he, at one point, referred to as a “whack job.” (I’ll say this, it takes a certain degree of chutzpah to call the woman who just won a defamation case against you for calling her a liar…a liar and a whack job.)

The clip below captures some of Trump’s indignance over the case and the issue he takes with Carroll’s story (though, as Collins did later point out, he ultimately opted not to attend the trial or testify at it, upon his counsel’s advice).

It begins with Trump’s supposition as to what was behind Carroll’s allegations and lawsuit: election interference (i.e., with an eye towards hampering his 2024 election bid). He continues with his thoughts on Carroll and her story:

This woman — I don’t know her. I never met her. I have no idea who she is. I had a picture taken years ago with her and her husband  — nice guy — John Johnson, he was a newscaster, very nice man. She called him an ape — happens to be African American — called him an ape. The judge wouldn’t allow us to put that in. Her dog, or her cat, was named “Vagina.” The judge wouldn’t allow [us] to put that in. All of these things, he wouldn’t — but with her, they could put in anything: Access Hollywood, put in anything..

Collins interjected, noting: “This was a jury of nine people who found you liable of sexual abuse — do you think that that will deter women from voting for you?”

Trump responded:

No, I don’t think so, because I think the whole thing — just so you understand — ready? I never met this woman. I never saw this woman. This woman said I met her at the front door of Bergdorf Goodman — which I rarely go into, other than for a couple of charities — I met her in the front door. She was about 60 years old then — this was like 22-23 years ago — I met her in the front door of Bergdorf Goodman. I was immediately attracted to her and she was immediately attracted to me, and we had this great chemistry — we’re walking into a crowded department store — we had this great chemistry, and a few minutes later, we end up in a room — a dressing room — at Bergdorf Goodman, right near the cash register, and then she found out there were locks on the door, so she said, “I found one that was open.” She found one — she learned this at trial — she found one that was open. What kind of a woman meets somebody and brings them up, and within minutes, you’re playing hanky panky in a dressing room, okay? I don’t know if she was married then or not. John Johnson, I feel sorry for you, John Johnson.

Critics will undoubtedly pick this apart, but watch the video and you’ll see — this was Trump playing to an audience, relating a story with comedic timing and gestures, which the audience in turn found comical. The camera pans to the audience at one point and they’re clearly laughing, some covering their mouths as if to acknowledge they know they really shouldn’t but can’t quite help themselves. And this is the thing about Trump that his most ardent detractors never quite seem to get. It is that Trump, and the Trump who refuses to be corralled and refuses to accept the premises of his inquisitors, who millions of people genuinely enjoy and appreciate — precisely because he will not dance to the tune of the corporate media drummers.

As a lawyer, I’d be cringing to no end to have my client discussing a case so publically and unabashedly while we’re still contemplating an appeal (which could, in turn, result in an order for new trial), but Trump isn’t worried about the court of law nearly so much as he’s worried about the court of public opinion. He’ll never get a unanimous verdict there, but it appears he revels in the challenge.