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Trump Prosecutor says most of the people think of rape as “sexy” in the interview

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E. Jean Carroll, the writer, accused President Trump to have sexually assaulted her in the mid-1990s, raised her eyebrows, as she said in an interview that the majority of people consider rape to be “sexy.”

The longtime advice columnist for Elle magazine, appeared on CNN on Monday to detail the allegations of 23 years ago in a locker room. She said the incident was “sexual” and likened it to a “fight.”

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“I was not thrown to the floor and ravaged. The word rape carries so many sexual connotations. This was not sexual. It just hurt,” she said.

Anderson Cooper, the CNN host, asked Carroll about their refusal, with the word rape and pointed out that most of the people describe rape as a violent attack.

“I think most people think of rape as sexy. Think of the fantasies,” Carroll replied. The interview was interrupted by an advertising block.

New York magazine on Friday, the allegations published as part of an excerpt from her upcoming book, in which she accused Trump and other men of inappropriate sexual behavior.

They claimed the Trump incident occurred at Bergdorf Goodman, either in the fall of 1995 or spring of 1996. Trump has denied the allegations. He was criticized for it, said in an interview that she is not his type.

Carroll is known for her “Ask E. Jean” column, which runs in the magazine Elle.

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In the statement, Carroll, had to show a daily advice, at the time, said Trump, recognized you and asked for your help in choosing a gift. You said that you section their way in the lingerie, and a dressing room.

“The moment in the dressing-room door is closed, he rushes at me, pushes me against the wall, hit my head pretty strong and puts his mouth against my lips,” Carroll wrote. In the in-depth detail, Carroll wrote that Trump held her against a wall and pulled her pantyhose.

“In the next moment, with the right business attire, shirt, tie, suit, jacket, coat, he opens the cloak, opens his pants and forced not to trust his fingers around my private area, his penis half or full, I’m sure — in me,” she said. “It turns into a huge fight.”

To forward to come up with their allegations, Carroll MSNBC said Friday that, despite the alleged torment, you do not pursue the allegations would be before the court on the basis of migrants-arrest situation at the southern border, saying it “disrespectful.

“I think it would be disrespectful to the women, the below are said on the border who are raped around the clock down there, without any protection,” Carroll. “As you know, the women have very little protection. It would be simply disrespectful.”

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Trump issued a lengthy statement strongly denying the accusations: “I have never met this person in my life. She’s trying to sell a new book — that should show your motivation. It should be sold that section in the fiction.”

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