Two women have backed up writer E. Jean Carroll’s account of an alleged sexual attack by President Donald Trump more than 20 years ago, both saying in an interview that she had told them about it at the time. Speaking to the New York Times, they said Carroll told them Trump had overpowered her in a Bergdorf Goodman New York department store dressing room in late 1995 or early 1996 and penetrated her in an encounter lasting several minutes. A DRESSING ROOM —- !?!

She wrote that Trump pushed her against a wall and pressed his mouth on hers before seizing her arms, pushing her against the wall a second time and penetrating her. A “colossal struggle” ensued before she could escape, Carroll, 75, wrote. The President has denied the accusation, saying the encounter never happened. Trump has accused Carroll of lying and seeking to sell more copies of her book.

SHOULD WOMEN BE ABLE TO WAIT UNTIL A MAN IS IN A POWERFUL POSITION TO COME OUT WITH CHARGES OR ACCUSATIONS OR RAPE? That is a big question, and we have a big, superstar powerful panel of women to talk about it. 

Ava Armstrong is a political commentator, radio personality, and an outstanding author! Find her books hereDr. Joni Johnston is a licensed clinical/forensic psychology and licensed private investigator. Arnetta Notkin, 30 years working on Wall Street – a Producer and Commentator.

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