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originally posted by: dogstar23
In my opinion, the punishment for false charges should be a minimum of 5x the maximum for what the false charges would be.
At least four women who competed in a Miss Teen USA beauty pageant told BuzzFeed News that Donald Trump walked into their dressing room while the contestants as young as 15 were undressing.
Mariah Billado, the former Miss Vermont Teen USA, tells Buzzfeed that the now 70-year-old Republican presidential candidate caused a panic in the dressing room of the 1997 pageant when he barged in unannounced as the young women were changing.
However, she says Trump shrugged off the intrusion, saying something along the lines of: “Don’t worry, ladies, I’ve seen it all before.”
Three other former teen beauty queens, who wished to remain anonymous, corroborated Billado’s account. They recalled the girls hurrying to cover themselves, with one calling Trump’s behavior “shocking” and “creepy.”
In 1992, Harth and her then-boyfriend George Houraney were negotiating to get Trump involved in their beauty pageant, The American Dream competition. Harth maintains Trump aggressively came onto her at their first meeting. In her lawsuit—and in an interview with Newsweek Friday night—she described physical interactions that almost exactly echo Trump's comments to Billy Bush.
Regarding "grabbing pussy," Harth recalled that she was at a restaurant with Trump in December 1992, at a table with him and several other women. "I had a dress on, and I constantly had to lean to the left, into the other women, to get away from him. He had his hands right there." In her lawsuit she described him touching "my intimate private parts."
originally posted by: D3M1G0D
think your last reply is just an attempt to make yourself feel and look better by pretending .
originally posted by: Sookiechacha
They were friends and they had a lot in common.
Now, evidence and testimony suggests that the two of them were like sharks swimming in a pool of naïve, hopeful and star struck young girls.
Guilt by association? Maybe. We know Epstein is a vile predator and rapist and kidnapper, who trafficked women and minors for profit and fun. Yeah, it makes Trump look implicit.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: projectvxn
Id bet it was dropped because she was paid off.
They could have everything in common except for lets say wanting to have sex with teens and owning a sex resort island. Once again you try and find correlations to fit your narrative. If they saw each other a couple of times per year is that "friends" as you and I would label that word, or were they social acquaintances that ran within a few of the same social circles of the rich and famous.
You want women to be tough and strong when it fits you, but in this case they are weak and easily controlled.
You are conveniently forgetting one part to all this and in the early 2000s there was a huge falling out of any kind of social relationship Trump had with him.
originally posted by: Sookiechacha
That's your opinion. Donald Trump brags of friendships with some of the worlds most unsavory dictators, admitted rapists, like Duerte, murderers, Like Putin and Saudi Arabian royalty and torture advocates like Kim Jong Un.
Don't blame the victims. We're talking about a 13 year old girl and no less than 30 other underage high school girls that were recruited by Epstein himself, and by women that he had groomed. Remember, AG Barr's father hired Epstein, who had no college degree, to teach high school at the private school he headed up. Epstein is a pro.
So what? We're talking about what they are accused of doing together in the 1990s.