Famed advice columnist E. Jean Carroll has come forward as the 16th woman to accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault.
“I was older than sixteen at the time,” Carroll told associate soitary reporter Susanna Sherman, “and it was the last thing from sweet. He was brutal.”
In an automated response, our Denier-in-Chief said he had done no such thing, but in confidence he told associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones that he enjoyed it, as he likes to humiliate people, especially women.
Elsewhere, California GOP Congressman Duncan Hunter is fighting charges of campaign finance violations. Seems Hunter used campaign funds for affairs with women staffers (https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/25/politics/duncan-hunter-campaign/index.html).
Hunter told associate solitary reporter Melissa Smith, who covers Congress for us, that he supports Trump “all the way” and that he also wants Trump to give him advice on how to become a better sexual abuser.
“Nobody does it better than Mr. Trump,” Hunter told Smith.
But the advice Ms. Carroll gave to both Hunter and Trump was to man up and get real.