(FixThisNation.com) – On Monday, Columnist E. Jean Carroll stated that former President Trump was like a “walrus snorting” while recalling her experience of being around Trump for the first time since the late 1990s when he had allegedly sexually abused her in a department store.
Carroll, accompanied by her two lawyers Roberta Kaplan and Shawn Crowley, told MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow that Trump was “nothing” and that she would not be scared of him. She added that her team of “brilliant young people” had stood up to him and that he was “nothing.” She then proceeded to say that Trump was “like a walrus snorting” or “like a rhino flopping his hands.”
A New York jury recently awarded Carroll $83.3 million in a defamation case against Trump. In a previous defamation case, Trump had been found liable for sexual assault and defamation and was ordered to pay Carroll $5 million. However, in that first trial, Trump did not appear in the courtroom.
Carroll stated that she had been surprised by how little power Trump had within the courtroom and revealed that prior to his appearance she had been “terrified.” She added that a few days before the trial she had a breakdown and had lost her ability to speak because of how scared she was. She continued by saying that when she had gone into court and had seen Trump “he was a phantom” and that he had been nothing.
Trump had voluntarily appeared in court and has since stated that he is planning to appeal the ruling of the jury, noting that it was “absolutely ridiculous.”
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