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Trump Rape Accuser’s 2012 Facebook Post Jokes about Having Sex w/ Him

'Would you have sex with Donald Trump for $17,000?'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Former President Donald Trump’s rape accuser, E. Jean Carroll, has a disturbing history of sexual posts on Facebook, particularly regarding Trump himself, the National Pulse reported.

Among Carroll’s recently discovered posts is one that jocularly asked a hypothetical question about having sex with the former president.

“Would you have sex with Donald Trump for $17,000?” she asked in 2012, roughly 16 years after she claims to have endured such a trauma herself.

“(Even if you could A) give the money to Charity? B) Close your eyes? And he’s not allowed to speak?)” she added.

It is believed that Trump’s defense lawyer Joseph Tacopina unearthed the old Facebook posts.

Jury deliberations in the trial began on Tuesday after Tacopina in his closing arguments reiterated the many inconsistencies and irregularities concerning the shock allegations.

Carroll, 79, first made the claim that Trump raped her in her 2019 book, What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal. Since that time, she has sued the former President on multiple different grounds.

She testified in court, however, that she could not recall whether the rape occurred in 1995 or 1996.

The sexual advice columnist, who has in the past called rape “sexy,” also claimed that her own rape took place in almost the exact manner of a rape scene in a Law and Order episode.

Trump has denied the allegations, calling her a liar. Carroll then sued him for defamation.

Trump suggested when the accusation first took place that Carroll was simply “trying to sell a new book—that should indicate her motivation.”

He also noted that the book should be sold “in the fiction section.”

Alina Habba, one of Trump’s defense lawyers, called Carroll’s efforts “a political ploy like many others in the long list of witch hunts against Donald Trump.”

Carroll posted other disturbing things in 2018, asking her Facebook followers what they thought about “Big D**k Energy,” referencing an obscene slang word for male genitalia in the uncensored post.

Included on her list were former President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin and far-left California Rep. Maxine Waters.

“Obama’s got it,” she wrote. “Putin’s got it. Maxine Waters’s got it. Who’s on YOUR Big D**k Energy List?”

Carroll also posted about unnatural forms of sex, whether promoting them or asking women about their personal lived experiences.

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