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Trump Gave the CREEPIEST Answer When Asked in Deposition if ‘He Ever Forcibly Kissed a Woman’

Former President Donald Trump was asked by a lawyer for his rape accuser, E. Jean Carroll whether he’d ever forcibly kissed a woman.

And his answer wasn’t surprising. Not if you know anything about Trump, anyway. He said he wasn’t aware of any “complaints.” This is according to newly unsealed court documents pertaining to his October deposition in Carroll’s ongoing defamation lawsuit against him, Insider reports.

Now consider this: At least 26 women have publicly accused Trump of sexual misconduct. This includes claims of harassment and assault, dating all the way back to the 1970s.

But Trump says he isn’t aware of any complaints. Really?

E. Jean Carroll and Donald Trump. PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES

This is a man who thinks women exist to be used. He treats women as tools. We’ve seen this with his marriages to his first wife, Ivana Zelníčková, and his second wife, Marla Maples. Once they began aging they were gone. It’s anyone’s guess if he’ll do this to Melania but his history with women isn’t good.

And if anyone needs another reminder, there’s the infamous Access Hollywood tape where Trump boasted about grabbing and kissing women without their consent.

He has always been like this, so of course, he’s denying any accusations of assault in the lawsuit, calling Carroll and others liars. He’s previously described his comments on the Access Hollywood tape as little more than “locker-room banter.”

“Have you ever kissed a woman without her consent?” Roberta Kaplan, Carroll’s lawyer asked the former president during his sworn deposition on October. He was at Mar-a-Lago at the time of the deposition.

“Well, I don’t — I can’t think of any complaints,” he told Kaplan, per the unsealed transcript Friday.

“But no. I mean, I don’t think so,” he said.

Then he added, “I think that’s an inappropriate question, but I don’t think so.”

Of course, he thinks it’s an inappropriate question. To him, the slightest suggestion that he should treat women with respect is something entirely unfamiliar to him.

Carroll’s lawsuit started out in a Manhattan courtroom in November 2019 after he publicly denied her accusation that he had raped her, calling her a liar and claiming she was “not my type.” Now, a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. is considering whether the lawsuit can go forward.

Carroll is a longtime advice columnist for Elle Magazine and she came forward in 2019 with a memoir and a front-page New York magazine story. In the story, she alleged that Trump recognized her from her TV appearances and started a conversation with her at a Bergdorf Goodman department store in Manhattan in the mid-1990s.

Donald Trump originally responded to a rape accusation by the writer E. Jean Carroll (second from left) by saying that he’s never met her. A photo from 1987 shows them at a party together. Photograph Courtesy E. Jean Carroll / St. Martin’s Press

She reports that Trump forced himself on her in a dressing room. She added that while she never approached police with this allegation, she immediately told her friends. Carroll’s legal team has since requested a sample of Trump’s DNA so that it can be compared with a sample from the dress Carroll said she was wearing that day.

Carroll filed an additional lawsuit against Trump in November and added an accusation of battery under New York’s recently enacted Adult Survivors Act.

I hope Carroll’s lawsuit is successful. Trump has always viewed women as something to be used at his discretion and cast away whenever he feels like it. If it sounds like I’m angry, it’s because I am.

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Megan has lived in California, Nevada, Arizona, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida and she currently lives in Central America. Living in these places has informed her writing on politics, science, and history. She is currently owned by 15 cats and 3 dogs and regularly owns Trump supporters when she has the opportunity. She can be found on Twitter at and Facebook at


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