Donald Trump called rapist E. Jean Carroll ‘insane’ and a ‘crazy job’

Trump calls rape accuser E. Jean Carroll “insane” and “insane” over claims he attacked her at Bergdorf Goodman in newly unsealed testimony: Also insisted the accuser was “not his type.”

  • Donald Trump’s affidavit from a lawsuit filed against him in October has been released
  • Trump is accused of raping writer E. Jean Carroll in late 1995 or early 1996
  • The alleged incident happened at an upscale department store in Manhattan
  • The ex-president has long denied the allegations
  • Trump calls Carroll ‘insane’ in newly unsealed documents

Ex-President Donald Trump called his rapist, E. Jean Carroll, “insane” and a “maniac,” according to a recent unsealed statement.

According to the transcript, Trump said under oath: “She said I did something to her that never happened. There was nothing. I don’t know anything about this crazy job.”

The deposition was in October 2022. In another segment, the 2024 presidential candidate said, “I don’t know anything about her. I think she’s sick, mentally ill.” Trump went on to say that his accuser was “not his type.”

The release of excerpts from the testimony came the same day that federal judge Lewis A. Kaplan also denied a motion by Trump’s attorneys to dismiss two of Carroll’s lawsuits alleging defamation and rape. A trial is planned for April.

In releasing the transcript, Kaplan called arguments by Trump’s legal team to hold the sealing “completely unfounded.”

In releasing the transcript, Judge Lewis Kaplan called arguments by Trump's legal team to keep the seal

In releasing the transcript, Judge Lewis Kaplan called arguments by Trump’s legal team to keep the seal “completely baseless.”

Trump said the encounter with Carroll at an upscale Manhattan department store in the mid-1990s never happened

Trump said the encounter with Carroll at an upscale Manhattan department store in the mid-1990s never happened

Trump said the encounter with Carroll at an upscale Manhattan department store in the mid-1990s never happened.

In his testimony that lasted for days, he repeatedly attacked Carroll’s portrayal of Trump as a rapist.

Trump said he knew it wasn’t “politically correct” to say “she’s not my type” when responding to claims shortly after the release of Carroll’s 2019 book, and the author claimed she was after a chance assaulted by Trump in a dressing room Met him in late 1995 or early 1996 at an upscale Manhattan department store.

During his tenure as President, Trump repeatedly attacked Carroll, claiming her claims were fabricated to sell a book.

In his statement, Trump reiterated his previous statements in which he said Carroll was not attractive enough to be sexually assaulted by him.

The prospective 2024 nominee said: “She is not a woman I would ever be attracted to. There’s no reason for me to be attracted to her. It’s not even meant to be an insult. There was no way I would ever be attracted to her. Well, some people might be attracted to her. I would never be attracted to her.”

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Bradford Betz

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