Why won’t sexual assault accuser press charges against Trump? Her answer is really weird.

The latest woman to accuse Trump of really awful sexual assault went on cable news to tell her story.

But when she was asked why she didn’t press charges against him, her answer was really really weird.

Watch below:



I’m not saying that Trump is such a virtuous example of Christian morality that he would never do such a thing. But, she’s making serious serious charges of not just harassment, but actual rape against Trump. If it really happened, why wouldn’t she want to press charges?

Her excuse is just bizarre – she doesn’t want to “insult” the women being raped at the border? HUH? There are women migrants being raped on their way to the border, but once they get into detention, there are ZERO accusations of rape. What the hell is she talking about?

She must realize her dumb mistake because she rambles on about all the women in the world being raped. But that doesn’t mean every crime falling short of rape should be excused simply because greater evil is happening in the world.

Just weird.

Now, it doesn’t help that Trump just lashed out with a statement that could be verifiably false:

But I guess we kinda expect that from him. Also, #MAGA!!!

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209 thoughts on “Why won’t sexual assault accuser press charges against Trump? Her answer is really weird.

  1. If this woman is telling the truth, she can blame the Left for people not believing her. We all warned about this many many times. Especially during the Kavanaugh hearings. Liars end up placing extra scrutiny on REAL victims who deserve justice and who might not get it because the lies create a real reasonable doubt in people’s minds. Especially if you decide to wait FOUR DECADES!

  2. Do these women realize they are hurting women? Men are reluctant to hire women, mentor them or even engage in the infamous two hour lunch with martinis. Men are afraid of false accusations that will ruin their careers so they are squeezing women out of the labor market.

    1. @danaellen it’s all about getting demon-rats back in power. They could care less about real rape victims.

  3. I was that close to Trump at his casino. But he had too many bodyguards for me to try to pick his pocket! So, yeah, he had security way before he ever got a TV show. I think this chick is nuts.

  4. “Well, see, in the Court of the Media, there are no burdens of proof or standards of evidence. If I were to press charges in Civil/Criminal Court, then I’d have to be able to substantiate some of what I’m saying. And we all saw how well that worked out for Christine Ford.”

  5. Calling Gloria Allred the ambulance chaser! What an ignorant answer,she’s lying through her demon-rat teeth. :facepalmg:

  6. I don’t believe her. And I believe that Trump forgot he met her. Would he have had sex with her if possible? I believe he’d have screwed most any decent looking woman who came within his view. I don’t think however that he was, or is, a rapist.

    Now Bill Clinton on the other hand…

  7. She is actually right. It is disrespectful to women who have actually been raped to falsely claim that you were raped to promote your book.

  8. Nothing to do with her book coming out and knowing the accusation gets her a lot of publicity.

    1. Exactly. The whole story seems off as once again not sure of the year, something about telling 2 friends one said go to police the other said not to. It was also a very public area supposedly which seems highly unlikely. Sadly I saw Phil Klein of the D.C. Examiner saying this deserves full investigation even though it’s been years and as you point out is timed with her book and 2020. I guess some “conservatives” have already forgotten the Kavanaugh circus.

  9. Because it didn’t happen! Lord help, these weirdos coming out of the woodwork need to just stay in the woodwork! She is a skank! Rotten to her core…..wanting to make money on her book!

  10. Trump is gesturing to the news anchor/husband in the photo, not this author, so anyone claiming this is a photo of them talking to one another is inaccurate. Furthermore, as others have already stated, Trump’s past life had him “meeting” thousands of people each year at various functions, I’m sure he had no idea who this woman was when the photo was taken nor gave her any thought following the event. And that is a credible assertion backed up by the accuser’s own statement, in that she had only met him once before the alleged rape.

  11. Yeah, that pic’s means nothing, I promise you most people that went to a lot of parties and get togethers do not remember everyone and after all these years who they briefly spoke to .

    1. I’ll be honest, half the time at a function I’m only half listening when I get introduced and feel bad when two minutes in I’m wondering what their name was.

  12. So, not only does this nasty old crone fantasize about having sex with Trump, but she also fantasizes about illegals being raped ‘on the border’? Bitch needs therapy – she’s sick.

  13. My hubby says he read she’s accused 20 other men besides Trump. Personally, I think she’s a nut case who is fantasizing about her younger days. :hmm:

  14. Trump addressed the issue of the 1987 photo in an impromptu press conference this morning, I saw it live. He said something like it could have been a “rope line” or just something random where someone was snapping pictures. It doesn’t mean he “knew” her.

    Do you think he knew everyone’s name at every party he ever went to over the years? Even if they spoke for 2 minutes. And this one was 32 years ago.

    This woman doesn’t want to bring charges because she knows they won’t stick. This is a drive-by hit. And she doesn’t want any more publicity.

    1. Yes and officially bringing false charges would bring a world of scruntiny and hurt on her if she is lying.

  15. Why would you expect anyone to remember that they once met some random person over 40 years ago, let alone expect it of a celebrity who literally meets and has pictures with thousands of random people? Seriously why?

    1. Right. Seeing someone at a party once and sharing a laugh in a group doesnt mean you “met” them. That picture proves nothing.

  16. Yeah, I remember everyone I met decades ago. Every. Single. Time. I have Google Photos type of photographic memory.

    That’s why, a couple years ago, a woman at Walmart walked up to me, “Hey, how are you? Remember me?” Uhhhh, nope. “Huh? We went out on two dates.” Ok, congratulations. Still don’t know who you are.

    1. @ryan-o I am so bad with names that I can work with someone every day for a couple of years, then, if I run into them after not seeing them for one year I cannot for the life of me remember their name. I’m better with faces but over time that fades too.

      1. As I’ve aged it’s gotten progressively worse. By the time I’m 50, family and friends might be all I have left. 😕

    2. Recently, my hubby and I were coming out of a pizza shop and someone stopped us and talked to us………..even asked about my mom. Neither of us remember who he is but he remembered I had been taking care of my mother. Can be embarrassing at times.

      1. Yes, it can be embarrassing. It happens to me quite often. When I was younger I never forgot anything. Names, faces, phone numbers, remembered them all but I’d say about three years ago, people and things just started disappearing from my mind. Like they never existed. I’m now 46 years old and my mother told me that’s about when it starts happening.

  17. OK, I get it. Woman go to a party or have sex with a man (or other woman), which is probably at least with partial consent, wait over 30 years, tell nobody.

    Now you are ready to retire, you are a little short on funds, and one of the men you had an alleged affair with, has made it big and may be a good source to enhance your retirement.. Or at least give you s source of income from the networks for interviews and such. Doesnt matter if true or not. Or if you just dreamed about it for 30 years, show me the money.

    Worth a try?

  18. OK, I get it. Woman go to a party or have sex with a man (or other woman), which is probably at least with partial consent, wait over 30 years, tell nobody.

    Now you are ready to retire, you are a little short on funds, and one of the men you had an alleged affair with, has made it big and may be a good source to enhance your retirement.. Or at least give you s source of income from the networks for interviews and such. Doesnt matter if true or not. Or if you just dreamed about it for 30 years, show me the money.

    Worth a try?

  19. This whole “story” reeks of leftover Kavanaugh hearings stupidity. It smelled bad then and time hasn’t improved the smell one bit. Given that the Left is SO obsessed with sex and the deviant practices thereof, all of their blatantly made-up charges are about (wait for it….) SEX! They mistakenly think that we are obsessed with sex too, and are baffled as to why we don’t believe them when they come up with these stories. If the Left was savvy enough to understand us (which they are NOT), they would come up with accusations of being secretly against the Constitution, or harboring illegals at a secret hideaway… but nope, it’s sex sex sex, all the time sex. This is the face of insanity.

  20. I agree that Trump is no saint; not even close. Frankly, neither was King David, but look what he did for Israel thousands of years ago. God does not choose perfect men; He chooses men perfect for the job at hand.

    To give him the benefit of the doubt on this one, Trump has “met” a LOT of people and perhaps she is simply forgettable. The woman is nuts if she thinks not reporting something as serious as rape is important because other women are raped at our borders daily (which kind of makes the case against open borders, too, does it not??). How does one have anything to do with the other…even in the most twisted of brains?!

    Now that Trump has made his announcement, it is time for the crazies to come out of the woodwork, especially since the commie-socialist democrat party has no viable candidates to go up against him. sigh…it’s going to be a LOOOOOOONG time until November 2020.

    1. King David wasn’t perfect, but he repented so openly and thoroughly that he composed 2 psalms of confession related to his major failing. When confronted about his sin, he didn’t deny it or “hit back harder.” I don’t think anyone should put Trump in David’s category.

      1. Wow, way to project. I am merely pointing out that we are all sinners, as was David, as was Trump. Allegations against him were from decades ago. People who voted for him knew, and still know, that he was and is no saint. That’s all.

        King David was a murderer and adulterer; if he can repent, be forgiven and become a great man, leader and role model for generations after his, anyone can…and he says so. By the way, he composed far more than 2 Psalms.

        God does not choose perfect men. He chooses men who are perfect for the job at hand at just the right time. Vote for Trump or don’t. Who cares?

        1. You and I probably aren’t as far apart as you think about David. Of course he composed dozens of Psalms beyond the two I referred to. I’m just really skeptical that the Donald will ever be openly repentant of any personal sin, as David was. David was a man after God’s own heart, which is why he humbled himself in repentance.

          I absolutely believe David was a fallen (and restored) saint — a believer, a godly person. He seems to have hungered after God for just about his entire life. Trump appears to be in an entirely different category. I am deeply thankful for all the good he’s doing, but I’d never make the comparison you made. Their characters are miles apart.

          1. I do not believe we are far apart about David at all; he is an inspiration to all of us who broke most of the Commandments in our youth, but have since repented and changed our ways fully. We probably also are not far apart about Trump. He says, mostly, what we all want to hear, until his east coast progressive side reveals him. I pray for him, unlike the commie-socialist progressives in the democrat and RINO party, that he can become more than just the “mediocre Presbyterian” he claimed to be during the campaign of 2016, but between the choices of Hillary and Trump, he was, by far, the better choice. And, he did repent his sins in front of the religious panel who followed him around during the campaign; perhaps he has not cheated on Melania since then and has worked hard to be more righteous. We would not know one way or another. I just hope that, by 2024 or 2028, we have a great choice, rather than the same mediocre options we have had for decades.

  21. I don’t remember who I met 30 years ago; especially if I only “met” that person once… now, the anti-Trump crew will be throwing all kinds of crap in order to prevent Trump from winning second term. It’s going to backfire.

    1. Yes, we do. I don’t believe this accuser… where was she during Trump’s Presidential run in 2000? How about in 2016? Just another Kavanaugh-like RUSE. The only difference is Trump would sue her ass for defamation and she will likely be responsible for attorney fees… just ask Stormy Daniels.

      1. Where was Broaddrick in 1992 and 1996 other than filing a sworn statement saying that Clinton never assaulted her? She didn’t go public until ‘99, and strenuously denied it before then.

        Also, that’s not how attorneys’ fees work in the American system. Daniels was responsible because she filed suit and it was dismissed (and that still was based on a state law providing for attorneys’ fees in that circumstance). You don’t get fees on a garden variety tort case that you initiate, even if you win.

        1. Well, let the “victim” sue Trump… let’s see how far it goes. These “I was raped” narratives are becoming the latest left-wing tactics to smear political opponents. It does a huge disservice to legitimate rape victims.

      1. Seeing as the delay is just as long, and there’s no evidence except for their respective words. Except that, unlike Broaddrick, Carroll has never said under oath that Trump didn’t assault her.

        I’m not saying that Broaddrick isn’t credible. But she’s no more, and arguably slightly less, credible than this woman.

  22. Well Jean,bah bye,he has never met you,now all you get from your effort is frustration and embarrassment.ouch.

      1. Read the details of her allegation, it’s totally unbelievable. Her details contradict each other too. It simply could not have physically happened as described.

        1. I just ignore Slantry ,but he seems to enjoy following me around.Thanks D Guest.Wonder if she has attracted Avinetti yet.I believe his disbarment is nearing.

          1. AND T-ump….they may be one of those nutjobs with long, greasy hair, fat bellies, living on delivery pizza in Mommy’s basement who get paid by per click by satan-soros organizations to harass intelligent thinking people with their banality. TRS, you’ve arrived! LOL

      2. So what.I got my Picture taken with Sugar Ray Leonard and given a an autographed Boxing Glove He wouldn’t recognize me if he saw me again .Come on stop knit picking.

      3. So? Do you never speak with complete strangers at social events? Do you remember them 30+ years later? I sure do not. Clearly, Ms. Carroll was more excited to meet Trump than Trump was to meet the forgettable Ms. Carroll….and have you engaged some any sort of sexual behavior with everyone you have met in your lifetime? If so, you must be a commie-socialist democrat! The rest of us are generally more discerning.

        1. The President should call you as his defense counsel,nice job Charli.by the way,now that we are on the topic,I had my Picture taken with Mrs.Virginia Clinton Kelly,Mother of President Bill Clinton.Super nice lady.She autographed it and its on my den wall.

  23. I’d have to say, in Trump’s defense, that he probably met thousands of women in his life, and it’s actually not beyond the realm of possibility that he might not remember all their faces or names.

  24. Allegations of crime belong in court, not on the “news.” If these people aren’t willing to put forward facts under oath, it is irresponsible for the media to give them time. How many times do we have to have false allegations proven false before the public realizes the news is not neutral.

  25. He probably didn’t recognize her name, just thought of her as Johnson’s wife.

    Really, though, her story, though a little more detailed than Blasey-Ford’s, was just as full of holes. It was totally unbelievable. That’s why she won’t press charges, because it’s false.

    1. If the woman had been raped in a department store by a mere acquaintance, she would have reported the rape AFTER screaming for help from someone in the store!

      This is another leftist lying witch like Blasey-Ford!

      1. Molon Labe where Have you been,I have worn out 3 molon Labe Tee Shirts since I last saw your name here at the site.

        1. Hey, big sir! I’ve been around posting on other, may I say, less NeverTrump sites, but have been dropping in to TRS to observe more recently and things seem to be a bit better now. But I have to say that you must be real hard on those shirts to go through that many of them! LOL

          1. Couple of my friends asked for one so that left me with one.Thanks and I hope you continue on the site.I recently helped out and bought a years subscription,at least I hope I did ,if not I will update it.See you later

  26. That kind of response makes this whole thing look fake and as a way to push the border issue on the left. Well see if she’s lying by how quickly it’s off air because the agenda push didn’t work as planned.

  27. I’m not buying this at all. Besides her weird answer, Trump has always went after models for the most part, very pretty and almost always younger women as well….This woman not only was never close to being model material, she would have been in her 50s at the time too. It doesn’t add up.

  28. On babe, I seriously think this is just wishful thinking on your part. Got a book to sell?

    1. Oh IDK..Blasey-Ford was an obvious leftist loon LYING her head off with not only no evidence, but her OWN witnesses REFUTING her claims, and SHE never had to prove a damn thing!

      Poor old Kavanaugh, OTOH, was instead tasked with proving he DIDN’T do it (which I think he actually managed to do to the extent that it is even possible to prove a negative!)

  29. https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/06/notes_from_a_1990s_bergdorf_shopaholic_the_e_jean_carroll_story_about_trump_doesnt_add_up.html There’s also the details about the lingerie department, which, Carroll says, was probably with the evening gowns and bathing suits. I don’t even remember a lingerie department in those years. I bought pretty much everything from Bergdorf – the designer stuff on sale on the 6th floor (man, did I score on the Donna Karan!), and lots of clothes and shoes from the young women’s department on the fifth floor, always looking at the sale racks first for bargains. I bought baby clothes on the 6th floor for friends and relatives with new babies (how I loved sending those Bergdorf packages, exquisitely packed, with really fancy baby dresses!) and I bought beautiful notebooks and vases and fancy candies on the 7th floor. But lingerie? The idea that it would be packed with evening gowns and bathing suits sounds like a Macys department store set-up, not a Bergdorf’s one. I had to look it up. Sure enough, this retail history shows that the lingerie department barely existed at the time, it was on the 2nd floor with the men’s wear. And it was insignificant. A barely there lingerie department for shopping for lingerie? Why would Trump pick such a place to shop for lingerie when there were so many other competitors with far bigger selections, starting with Saks down the street? (Which would have been about as close to Trump Tower (built 1983) as Bergdorf’s.) story debunks this loon.

    1. @pa-mom
      (1) Why did she agree to go try on lingerie for him?
      (2)Why did she allow him to go in the dressing room with her?

      I haven’t closed off the possibility of there being a sexual encounter. Trump was a playboy after all. But from her own words it sounds a lot less like rape and a whole lot more like her being accepting (#1 and # 2 points above) and it was all about sex from the beginning from her end as well.

      That’s IF it happened. She might be making the entire encounter up.

  30. She is attempting too raise her profile… Why? … She is SELLING… A… BOOK.

    Full STOP.

  31. I’d have to say, in Trump’s defense, that he probably met thousands of women in his life, and it’s actually not beyond the realm of possibility that he might not remember all their faces or names.

  32. Shaking hands in a reception-type situation is not exactly a refutation of the common phrase, “never met him/her.”

    We have tons of stock phrases for situations that are not meant to be subjected to legalistic deconstruction. Many involve implied absolutes. Never met, always talking, full of happy people, everyone was angry, nothing matters, and on and on. When we use these absolutes, we don’t mean them in their mathematical/logically perfect definitions of all, none, everyone, nothing, etc.

    But this is the age of deconstruction, where micro-parsing is deployed like a weapon to destroy people. It’s the core problem of social media. Everyone is an expert at everything, but no one knows anything.

    (…to illustrate the casual use of absolutes.)

    Trump has taken a GFY position on the micro-parsers. So should we all.

  33. Allegations of crime belong in court, not on the “news.” If these people aren’t willing to put forward facts under oath, it is irresponsible for the media to give them time. How many times do we have to have false allegations proven false before the public realizes the news is not neutral.

  34. He probably didn’t recognize her name, just thought of her as Johnson’s wife.

    Really, though, her story, though a little more detailed than Blasey-Ford’s, was just as full of holes. It was totally unbelievable. That’s why she won’t press charges, because it’s false.

    1. If the woman had been raped in a department store by a mere acquaintance, she would have reported the rape AFTER screaming for help from someone in the store!

      This is another leftist lying witch like Blasey-Ford!

      1. Molon Labe where Have you been,I have worn out 3 molon Labe Tee Shirts since I last saw your name here at the site.

  35. In her book she says she didn’t report it because she was afraid of death threats and being dragged through the mud. She said a friend of hers advised her not to go to the police because Trump’s lawyers would bury her. Some friend she had.

    How did he get her in a position to rape her? He invited her to try on lingerie….and she went. It says as much about her as it does him, but we already knew that Trump was a playboy.

    I think it’s possible the scenario did happen, but after her ridiculous comment about women at the border I would never believe it was rape. She’s using Trump to sell books.

  36. In addition to my last post re-her book I discovered something else NY State recently ( this week ) extended time re-statue of limitations to charge someone OR sue in civil court ( now up to 20 years ) Hmm calling Gloria Allred…. Calling Gloria Allred or that other male jerk with the ponytail this sounds right up his alley. Trump don’t you DARE settle if this becomes a case.

    https://www.law.com/newyorklawjournal/2019/06/19/lawmakers-pass-bill-to-extend-statute-of-limitations-for-second-third-degree-rape/?slreturn=20190522151906

    1. @ruthiedoggiemom This is a bad law. Prosecutors won’t be able to prove anything and it’s just going to make false accusations a more potent weapon.

  37. That kind of response makes this whole thing look fake and as a way to push the border issue on the left. Well see if she’s lying by how quickly it’s off air because the agenda push didn’t work as planned.

  38. So get this the name of her book is ” What Do We Need Men For?: A Modest Proposal ” LOL she’s a bitter old has been in her world of ” journalists ” used to have a love advice column, claims she hasn’t had sex since 1995 or 1996 whenever it was Trump got her and the outfit she is wearing on the cover of New York Magazine is the very one she was wearing that day. It’s been hanging in her closet ever since. She’s 75 years old guess she’s looking for the headline of her Obituary and some relevance in NY social circles one more time. Book comes out July 2 if you want to pre-order.

    1. @ruthiedoggiemom So Trump got her on the cover of New York Magazine? Sounds to me that (if something happened) she’s one of those that used someone she knew would get her a leg up. …by putting both her legs up.

  39. Think of all the people you’ve spoken to in your life. Every single encounter. Now contemplate how many of them you would remember ‘meeting’ years later…

    1. @jamesmadison Not to mention that Trump is no ordinary man. He probably met more people at parties and events in a month than I’ve met my entire life. She doesn’t look anything like the woman in the pictures, and her husband would have been the one to know Trump (he worked with NBC). There would be no reason for Trump to remember her.

  40. The whole discussion about charging him is “really weird.” At the time of the incident the statute of limitations on such actions was 5 years, so charging him isn’t a possibility.

    1. @t_ump It sounds like it caught her off guard and she hadn’t covered her tracks on that part. She could have said “I can’t but I wish I would have at the time”. She could have safely said “yes…if I could” but that kooky answer tells me that she was making up an answer to explain why she isn’t going to (despite the fact that she can’t). Some people don’t think things through when they answer in a panic because they hadn’t planned for the question.

      1. Apparently the book covers what she did at the time. One of the two friends she told about the incident, a journalist, talked her out of going to the police because in the friend’s opinion Trump had too many lawyers and too much money and would do everything to ruin her life. At that time this was probably sound advice, because he would have ruined her life.

        In the interview O’Donnell was the one pushing the prosecution angle, and even cut to some analyst who idiotically claimed that the case could be prosecuted as a rape (This is absolutely wrong, there is no statute of limitations now for first degree rape but their was one then, and the Supreme Ct. has made clear that it is the statute at the time that controls.) She looked somewhat incredulous when it first came up and when she was asked. My take was her stumbling and bumbling answer was her attempt to say that she didn’t view herself as a victim in the sense of real, current victims, and has moved on and put it behind her. That seems to be one of the themes with her and somewhat what the book is supposed to be about.

        As for your take, I think if you were honest with yourself you’d know that you were going to come to the conclusion that she was lying no matter what she said.

        As for me, given what is known about Trump, especially Trump back then, it certainly wouldn’t surprise me if it happened or that something like that happened. The two friends she told back then apparently corroborate her story and claim they told her about it back then, so that means that unless theyare lying too, this isn’t something she just made up as Trump claimed. Now as far as what exactly happened, who knows. Mostly though I won’t waste much time on worrying about it because nothing will come of it anyway.

      1. @kab I think that if something happened it was consensual sex, and that’s a big if. Two reasons….
        (1) He asked her to go try on some lingerie he planned on giving to someone else. Who does that? It’s not like trying on a sweater….it’s sexy and revealing.
        (2) She allowed him to go into the dressing room with her.

        That said, she’s making up the rape and she never ever in her life considered calling the police. She was caught off guard and had to explain why she wouldn’t even turn him in now. The real reason is because it never happened.

          1. @t_ump You don’t say… (RMI) That applies to you as well.

            You claim to have read the story but the two points I made above are out of her own freaking mouth, so don’t tell me I don’t know what happened. I know those two things for sure.

            She claims to have been raped, yet she doesn’t think she’s a REAL victim like other victims of rape….and you give that credence. If you take that comment seriously there’s something seriously wrong with you and YOU made the conclusion that she’s telling the truth regardless (the accusation can go both ways).

            Just how much do you have to be raped to be a real victim? The fact that she’s claiming she got raped but doesn’t consider herself a victim is a major red flag T_ump, so don’t tell me I made up my mind about her regardless.

            1. Of course it applies to me. But then, unlike you, I’m not pretending to know what happened.

              I haven’t heard her claim to be raped. I think she’s described what happened. I may have that wrong, because I haven’t read the book (nor will I) but it is other people who have said what she is describing qualifies as rape. The response of not wanting to view oneself “a victim” in such a situation is actually pretty common, at least in that generation. She flirted with him, and went into the dressing room with him, so in that era she would have been blamed for it anyway, and a lot of women blame themselves or take responsibility whether the deserve it or not. Hell, even you made the argument that if it happened it was probably consensual anyway.

              Despite your accusation, there is nothing wrong with me. You going there probably says something about you, though.

              And let’s not kid ourselves. You obviously have your made up your mind regardless. Look at your reaction, for goodness sake.

      2. It’s a weird answer and not a very good answer, but I think she’s saying she’s over it and doesn’t consider herself to be a victim in the same sense of other real victims. In other words, she’s moved on. When the interviewer first brings up brings up rape charges she looks at him like he’s nuts, presumably because it happened so long ago.

  41. She looks nothing like she does in that picture, and casually meeting someone among a lot of people at an event is not any more than a greeting. She was with her husband from NBC for crying out loud, so they’re going to have to bring more than this picture.

  42. Accuse a political opponent of a heinous, sexual crime. Everyone’s doing it!

    Whether it happened or not, she never pressed charges and it was decades ago. I’m no fan of Trump but her timing sucks and is highly suspect. I just don’t believe her. Not at all.

  43. I don’t believe her. And I believe that Trump forgot he met her. Would he have had sex with her if possible? I believe he’d have screwed most any decent looking woman who came within his view. I don’t think however that he was, or is, a rapist.

    Now Bill Clinton on the other hand…

    1. @kenoshamarge It was an event….a celebration or a gala. In no way does this count as “meeting” her. She was with her husband who was from NBC, so getting a picture next to Trump in no way means they knew each other. What would the scene be like when Trump walked in the room? He has always been a huge figure, so obviously there are going to be snaps like this that don’t constitute any kind of connection.

  44. That’s the biggest load of crap I’ve heard in a while.

    Guaranteed it didn’t happen. It was an answer off the top of her head and not from the depth of her soul. If she would have said “I was too afraid and ashamed at the time and now it’s too late” she would have had more credibility.

  45. They have already thrown everything at him, including the kitchen sink. Now it’s time to recycle. Good luck with that.

    1. Ironically conservatives would have been bitterly divided on Kavanaugh if not for the Democrats slimeball smears.

      But it was the likely reason we kept the Senate and maybe Trump will have another nomination. Lord willing all the way up to 2024.

    2. @renny Wow….that kinda pisses me off. How can Kavanaugh determine the character of a jury 23 years after the verdict?

        1. @renny It’s a sad day when the Supreme Court uses its power for virtue signaling (per Thomas). We’ll have to change the name to the USPCSC.

    3. @renny Ah…I see. Kavanaugh used the excuse that they struck down too many prospective black jurists. But Thomas made it clear that they couldn’t be on the jury. Kavanaugh was way out of line here and he ignored why the prospective black jurists were denied.

    4. Here’s the opinion:
      https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/18pdf/17-9572_k536.pdf

      I don’t think it’s necessarily awful, and it doesn’t negate any liberties of the public. I do agree with Justice Thomas that quite a few of the black jurors struck were struck for very good reasons having nothing to do with race.

      I’m just not worked up about this case. Let it be tried yet again; I just hope there are at least some potential black jurors left who aren’t related to Flowers!

      Alito ruled with the majority too. Some say he’s going soft, I don’t know. As for Kavanaugh, well, he has yet to prove himself of the mold we need there.

  46. in that first photo she looks mother of robert’s wife on ‘everyone loves Raymond’ lol

  47. “Well, see, in the Court of the Media, there are no burdens of proof or standards of evidence. If I were to press charges in Civil/Criminal Court, then I’d have to be able to substantiate some of what I’m saying. And we all saw how well that worked out for Christine Ford.”

  48. Calling Gloria Allred the ambulance chaser! What an ignorant answer,she’s lying through her demon-rat teeth. :facepalmg:

  49. Do these women realize they are hurting women? Men are reluctant to hire women, mentor them or even engage in the infamous two hour lunch with martinis. Men are afraid of false accusations that will ruin their careers so they are squeezing women out of the labor market.

    1. @danaellen it’s all about getting demon-rats back in power. They could care less about real rape victims.

  50. Why is she bringing this up now? Please help me understand. Why now? Is she a “plant” to try to kill his 2020 chances?

    1. She has a book to sell about her life. There is not a chance she would get the free press coverage of her book if not for a story that includes Trump from many years ago.

  51. I’m not buying this at all. Besides her weird answer, Trump has always went after models for the most part, very pretty and almost always younger women as well….This woman not only was never close to being model material, she would have been in her 50s at the time too. It doesn’t add up.

  52. If this woman is telling the truth, she can blame the Left for people not believing her. We all warned about this many many times. Especially during the Kavanaugh hearings. Liars end up placing extra scrutiny on REAL victims who deserve justice and who might not get it because the lies create a real reasonable doubt in people’s minds. Especially if you decide to wait FOUR DECADES!

  53. On babe, I seriously think this is just wishful thinking on your part. Got a book to sell?

  54. I was that close to Trump at his casino. But he had too many bodyguards for me to try to pick his pocket! So, yeah, he had security way before he ever got a TV show. I think this chick is nuts.

  55. Because it didn’t happen! Lord help, these weirdos coming out of the woodwork need to just stay in the woodwork! She is a skank! Rotten to her core…..wanting to make money on her book!

  56. So, not only does this nasty old crone fantasize about having sex with Trump, but she also fantasizes about illegals being raped ‘on the border’? Bitch needs therapy – she’s sick.

  57. Trump is gesturing to the news anchor/husband in the photo, not this author, so anyone claiming this is a photo of them talking to one another is inaccurate. Furthermore, as others have already stated, Trump’s past life had him “meeting” thousands of people each year at various functions, I’m sure he had no idea who this woman was when the photo was taken nor gave her any thought following the event. And that is a credible assertion backed up by the accuser’s own statement, in that she had only met him once before the alleged rape.

  58. Trump addressed the issue of the 1987 photo in an impromptu press conference this morning, I saw it live. He said something like it could have been a “rope line” or just something random where someone was snapping pictures. It doesn’t mean he “knew” her.

    Do you think he knew everyone’s name at every party he ever went to over the years? Even if they spoke for 2 minutes. And this one was 32 years ago.

    This woman doesn’t want to bring charges because she knows they won’t stick. This is a drive-by hit. And she doesn’t want any more publicity.

    1. Yes and officially bringing false charges would bring a world of scruntiny and hurt on her if she is lying.

  59. My hubby says he read she’s accused 20 other men besides Trump. Personally, I think she’s a nut case who is fantasizing about her younger days. :hmm:

  60. Yeah, that pic’s means nothing, I promise you most people that went to a lot of parties and get togethers do not remember everyone and after all these years who they briefly spoke to .

    1. I’ll be honest, half the time at a function I’m only half listening when I get introduced and feel bad when two minutes in I’m wondering what their name was.

  61. Yeah, I remember everyone I met decades ago. Every. Single. Time. I have Google Photos type of photographic memory.

    That’s why, a couple years ago, a woman at Walmart walked up to me, “Hey, how are you? Remember me?” Uhhhh, nope. “Huh? We went out on two dates.” Ok, congratulations. Still don’t know who you are.

    1. Recently, my hubby and I were coming out of a pizza shop and someone stopped us and talked to us………..even asked about my mom. Neither of us remember who he is but he remembered I had been taking care of my mother. Can be embarrassing at times.

      1. Yes, it can be embarrassing. It happens to me quite often. When I was younger I never forgot anything. Names, faces, phone numbers, remembered them all but I’d say about three years ago, people and things just started disappearing from my mind. Like they never existed. I’m now 46 years old and my mother told me that’s about when it starts happening.

    2. @ryan-o I am so bad with names that I can work with someone every day for a couple of years, then, if I run into them after not seeing them for one year I cannot for the life of me remember their name. I’m better with faces but over time that fades too.

      1. As I’ve aged it’s gotten progressively worse. By the time I’m 50, family and friends might be all I have left. 😕

    1. Oh IDK..Blasey-Ford was an obvious leftist loon LYING her head off with not only no evidence, but her OWN witnesses REFUTING her claims, and SHE never had to prove a damn thing!

      Poor old Kavanaugh, OTOH, was instead tasked with proving he DIDN’T do it (which I think he actually managed to do to the extent that it is even possible to prove a negative!)

  62. https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/06/notes_from_a_1990s_bergdorf_shopaholic_the_e_jean_carroll_story_about_trump_doesnt_add_up.html There’s also the details about the lingerie department, which, Carroll says, was probably with the evening gowns and bathing suits. I don’t even remember a lingerie department in those years. I bought pretty much everything from Bergdorf – the designer stuff on sale on the 6th floor (man, did I score on the Donna Karan!), and lots of clothes and shoes from the young women’s department on the fifth floor, always looking at the sale racks first for bargains. I bought baby clothes on the 6th floor for friends and relatives with new babies (how I loved sending those Bergdorf packages, exquisitely packed, with really fancy baby dresses!) and I bought beautiful notebooks and vases and fancy candies on the 7th floor. But lingerie? The idea that it would be packed with evening gowns and bathing suits sounds like a Macys department store set-up, not a Bergdorf’s one. I had to look it up. Sure enough, this retail history shows that the lingerie department barely existed at the time, it was on the 2nd floor with the men’s wear. And it was insignificant. A barely there lingerie department for shopping for lingerie? Why would Trump pick such a place to shop for lingerie when there were so many other competitors with far bigger selections, starting with Saks down the street? (Which would have been about as close to Trump Tower (built 1983) as Bergdorf’s.) story debunks this loon.

    1. @pa-mom
      (1) Why did she agree to go try on lingerie for him?
      (2)Why did she allow him to go in the dressing room with her?

      I haven’t closed off the possibility of there being a sexual encounter. Trump was a playboy after all. But from her own words it sounds a lot less like rape and a whole lot more like her being accepting (#1 and # 2 points above) and it was all about sex from the beginning from her end as well.

      That’s IF it happened. She might be making the entire encounter up.

  63. She is actually right. It is disrespectful to women who have actually been raped to falsely claim that you were raped to promote your book.

  64. Why would you expect anyone to remember that they once met some random person over 40 years ago, let alone expect it of a celebrity who literally meets and has pictures with thousands of random people? Seriously why?

    1. Right. Seeing someone at a party once and sharing a laugh in a group doesnt mean you “met” them. That picture proves nothing.

    1. Exactly. The whole story seems off as once again not sure of the year, something about telling 2 friends one said go to police the other said not to. It was also a very public area supposedly which seems highly unlikely. Sadly I saw Phil Klein of the D.C. Examiner saying this deserves full investigation even though it’s been years and as you point out is timed with her book and 2020. I guess some “conservatives” have already forgotten the Kavanaugh circus.

        1. I know. I’m so tired of these fools regardless of my mixed feelings on Trump. The personal destruction from the left continues as the Klein and Jonahs of the world lose politely and screech about principles.

          1. Me too. Just sick of these losers, wish they would give up the pretense and go be Democrats already.

            1. Agreed. Even before Trump, who they use as their excuse, they were never supportive of true conservatives like Cruz.

              1. So true. They hated Cruz because he actually tried to fight. They just want a comfortable place in the system.

  65. She is attempting too raise her profile… Why? … She is SELLING… A… BOOK.

    Full STOP.

  66. Shaking hands in a reception-type situation is not exactly a refutation of the common phrase, “never met him/her.”

    We have tons of stock phrases for situations that are not meant to be subjected to legalistic deconstruction. Many involve implied absolutes. Never met, always talking, full of happy people, everyone was angry, nothing matters, and on and on. When we use these absolutes, we don’t mean them in their mathematical/logically perfect definitions of all, none, everyone, nothing, etc.

    But this is the age of deconstruction, where micro-parsing is deployed like a weapon to destroy people. It’s the core problem of social media. Everyone is an expert at everything, but no one knows anything.

    (…to illustrate the casual use of absolutes.)

    Trump has taken a GFY position on the micro-parsers. So should we all.

  67. So get this the name of her book is ” What Do We Need Men For?: A Modest Proposal ” LOL she’s a bitter old has been in her world of ” journalists ” used to have a love advice column, claims she hasn’t had sex since 1995 or 1996 whenever it was Trump got her and the outfit she is wearing on the cover of New York Magazine is the very one she was wearing that day. It’s been hanging in her closet ever since. She’s 75 years old guess she’s looking for the headline of her Obituary and some relevance in NY social circles one more time. Book comes out July 2 if you want to pre-order.

    1. @ruthiedoggiemom So Trump got her on the cover of New York Magazine? Sounds to me that (if something happened) she’s one of those that used someone she knew would get her a leg up. …by putting both her legs up.

  68. The whole discussion about charging him is “really weird.” At the time of the incident the statute of limitations on such actions was 5 years, so charging him isn’t a possibility.

      1. @kab I think that if something happened it was consensual sex, and that’s a big if. Two reasons….
        (1) He asked her to go try on some lingerie he planned on giving to someone else. Who does that? It’s not like trying on a sweater….it’s sexy and revealing.
        (2) She allowed him to go into the dressing room with her.

        That said, she’s making up the rape and she never ever in her life considered calling the police. She was caught off guard and had to explain why she wouldn’t even turn him in now. The real reason is because it never happened.

      2. It’s a weird answer and not a very good answer, but I think she’s saying she’s over it and doesn’t consider herself to be a victim in the same sense of other real victims. In other words, she’s moved on. When the interviewer first brings up brings up rape charges she looks at him like he’s nuts, presumably because it happened so long ago.

    1. @t_ump It sounds like it caught her off guard and she hadn’t covered her tracks on that part. She could have said “I can’t but I wish I would have at the time”. She could have safely said “yes…if I could” but that kooky answer tells me that she was making up an answer to explain why she isn’t going to (despite the fact that she can’t). Some people don’t think things through when they answer in a panic because they hadn’t planned for the question.

      1. Apparently the book covers what she did at the time. One of the two friends she told about the incident, a journalist, talked her out of going to the police because in the friend’s opinion Trump had too many lawyers and too much money and would do everything to ruin her life. At that time this was probably sound advice, because he would have ruined her life.

        In the interview O’Donnell was the one pushing the prosecution angle, and even cut to some analyst who idiotically claimed that the case could be prosecuted as a rape (This is absolutely wrong, there is no statute of limitations now for first degree rape but their was one then, and the Supreme Ct. has made clear that it is the statute at the time that controls.) She looked somewhat incredulous when it first came up and when she was asked. My take was her stumbling and bumbling answer was her attempt to say that she didn’t view herself as a victim in the sense of real, current victims, and has moved on and put it behind her. That seems to be one of the themes with her and somewhat what the book is supposed to be about.

        As for your take, I think if you were honest with yourself you’d know that you were going to come to the conclusion that she was lying no matter what she said.

        As for me, given what is known about Trump, especially Trump back then, it certainly wouldn’t surprise me if it happened or that something like that happened. The two friends she told back then apparently corroborate her story and claim they told her about it back then, so that means that unless theyare lying too, this isn’t something she just made up as Trump claimed. Now as far as what exactly happened, who knows. Mostly though I won’t waste much time on worrying about it because nothing will come of it anyway.

  69. They have already thrown everything at him, including the kitchen sink. Now it’s time to recycle. Good luck with that.

    1. Ironically conservatives would have been bitterly divided on Kavanaugh if not for the Democrats slimeball smears.

      But it was the likely reason we kept the Senate and maybe Trump will have another nomination. Lord willing all the way up to 2024.

    2. @renny Wow….that kinda pisses me off. How can Kavanaugh determine the character of a jury 23 years after the verdict?

    3. @renny Ah…I see. Kavanaugh used the excuse that they struck down too many prospective black jurists. But Thomas made it clear that they couldn’t be on the jury. Kavanaugh was way out of line here and he ignored why the prospective black jurists were denied.

  70. Why is she bringing this up now? Please help me understand. Why now? Is she a “plant” to try to kill his 2020 chances?

    1. She has a book to sell about her life. There is not a chance she would get the free press coverage of her book if not for a story that includes Trump from many years ago.

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