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There’s Something Seriously Wrong with Trump’s Rape Accuser

Vice columnist E. Jean Carroll has decided to come forward and accuse President Donald Trump of raping her back in the 1990s.

Of course, this is far from the first time a woman has accused President Trump of sexual violence — a litany of women came out of the woodwork to do just that after Trump synched the Republican Party’s presidential nod in 2016. Curiously, they were all missing when Trump was the most famous real estate agent in the world for decades, and again when he was the most recognizable face of reality television in the early 2000s.

The case of E. Jean Carroll is even more suspicious. Her allegation of rape, which comes without a formal charge, comes just a week before her book on the subject is scheduled for release. Where was she when it was clear that Trump was going to be the GOP’s nominee just three years ago? No one seems to have a good answer.

But, there are even weirder parts of this story that just don’t add up. The Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh goes into more detail below.


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