Former President Donald Trump said the judge in E Jean Carroll’s civil lawsuit refused to allow his attorneys to submit Evidence that Carroll had a cat named “Vagina.”
The civil jury in Carroll’s defamation lawsuit found the 45th president liable for sexual abuse and defaming her, awarding her $5 million in damages.
However, Trump was unfazed by the jury verdict noting his “poll numbers went up” during a CNN Town Hall, proving the public is not buying the charade.
Trump said the lawsuit was just another example of “election interference.”
“Usually, you leave office, you say, ‘I’m sorry, but I’m going back home. I’m back home to my family and everything. I’m going to be reserved,'” Trump said.
“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.”
Trump said he was photographed with Carroll in a crowded press event in the 1990s, a key piece of so-called Evidence in the trial.
The former president also said the judge refused to allow his attorneys to submit Evidence that Carroll called her black husband an “ape.”
“I had a picture taken years ago with her and her husband — nice guy — John Johnson. He was a newscaster, a very nice man. She called him an ape. He happens to be African American, called him an ape. The judge wouldn’t allow us to put that in,” Trump told Collins.
Trump then revealed Jean Carroll had a pet cat named “Vagina,” which wasn’t allowed as evidence in the lawsuit.
“Her dog, or her cat, was named ‘Vagina.’ The judge wouldn’t allow us to put that in — all of these things — but with her, they could put in anything: Access Hollywood,” he said.
Trump said he does not believe the jury verdict will deter women from voting for him.
This is yet another example of an unprecedented witch hunt against Trump; they are doing everything to stop him from becoming president again.
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