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Trump / Carroll Assault Charges / The Interview (Part I) #1138655

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 24, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The charges in "New York" magazine from author E. Jean Carroll, whose new book is "What Do We Need Men For," that Donald Trump assaulted her in a department store in the 1990s & the story of "collective indifference" about the other such charges of sexual misbehavior introduced. [In very recent interview, CARROLL - offers views on what Trump said about her not being his type, about running into him in Bergdorfs, about his denials of all the women who came forward, how Trump asked for her advice on buying a present so we walked through the store: a "New York moment," how he then kissed her & held her at which point it became serious as he penetrated me as she was unable to stop him & to me it was a "fight," not "rape," since it was not sexual.]
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