In unsealed deposition, Trump repeatedly insults E. Jean Carroll and denies rape accusation


Former President Donald Trump author E. Gene hurled insults at Carroll. While dismissing his civil rape case, unsealed court filings show.

In an excerpt from an October deposition by a New York. Federal court judge on Friday, Trump denied Carroll’s allegations. That he assaulted her at a New York department store in the mid-1990s, saying she was a “hack job” who was “not like me.”

Judge Lewis Kaplan ordered the release of the excerpt.

After denying Trump’s motion to dismiss the case earlier in the day.

Trump, who plans to hold his 2024 primary campaign event later this month. Argued that a recent New York law allowing a one-year window for sexual assault victims to file. Civil claims that would otherwise be time-barred is a state violation. Constitution Kaplan sided with Carroll’s lawyers, who used the law as a basis for the lawsuit.

During the lengthy deposition, Trump was asked. About a post he wrote on Truth Social shortly. Before his testimony that claimed Carroll’s story was “a hoax.” Trump said he wrote it himself because “I was outraged by this woman’s lies.”

Carroll’s lawyer, Roberta Kaplan, asked her about writing in the Post. That Carroll said Trump “encouraged” her inside the store. Trump said he was “an act that he said happened, that didn’t happen.

And it’s nicer than words that start with F.”

“I thought it would be inappropriate to use another word,” he added.

Asked again about the word swoon, which Kaplan defined as “passing. Out with extreme emotion,” Trump said, “Well, I did what he said.

“She’s unconscious with great passion. She actually indicated that she liked it, right? She liked it until the commercial break. Actually, she said it’s sexy, right? She said being raped is very sexy. Is she Didn’t say?” Trump continued, before indicating he was referring to Carroll’s 2019. Interview on CNN with Anderson Cooper.

In that interview, Carroll said that Trump had “hurt” her and was “not sexual”. When Cooper said that most people think of rape as a violent attack. She responded, “Most people think of rape as sexy. Think fantasy.” He said he liked the word “war”.

Kaplan declined to comment on the deposition transcript.

“While it was completely unnecessary to unseal. A transcript before agreed upon by both parties. Our client has nothing to hide and looks forward to resolving this meritless case.” Trump’s lawyer Alina Habba said.

Earlier in the day, Kaplan praised the judge’s ruling that allowed. The case to proceed and said, “We look forward to trial in April.”

Habba said he was “disappointed” by the verdict. “We intend to immediately appeal the order. And advocate for our client’s protected rights,” he said.

The ongoing lawsuit added to Trump’s legal woes on the same day. The Trump Organization was fined $1.6 million for a long-running tax fraud scandal. Trump is the focus of a special counsel investigation focused. On “key aspects” of the investigation into his handling of classified documents found. At his Mar-a-Lago home and his role in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

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