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E. Jean Carroll Shares What She Plans To Spend $83.3 Million From Trump Lawsuit On

Footage of E. Jean Carroll is blowing up on X after she revealed what she plans to spend the $83.3 million she won in a lawsuit against President Trump.

Multiple sources talk about the fund she will allegedly start supporting women’s rights.

However, this claim has come under question after the following clip surfaced.

Watch the clip here:

Buying penthouses and shopping is an odd way to support women’s rights.

Could it possibly be that she does not plan to support women’s rights?

ABC News shares more on the alleged use:

Three days after a jury awarded her over $83 million for Donald Trump’s repeated defamatory statements, columnist E. Jean Carroll vowed to use the money on “something Donald Trump hates.”

“If it’ll cause him pain for me to give money to certain things, that’s my intent,” Carroll told George Stephanopoulos on “Good Morning America,” suggesting she would create a “fund for the women who have been sexually assaulted by Donald Trump.”

After a two-week trial, a jury took less than three hours on Friday to return a verdict that Trump should pay Carroll over $83 million in damages to compensate her for two defamatory statements made by the former president in 2019 after she alleged Trump sexually assaulted her in 1996.

The folks on X are not happy with these comments:

The Washington Post shares more on whether this lawsuit will affect President Trump in the upcoming election:

A jury ruled Friday that Trump must pay E. Jean Carroll $83.3 million for defaming her in the aftermath of her public claim that he sexually assaulted her in the mid-1990s. The judgment comes on top of a $5 million verdict in May, when Trump was found liable for sexually abusing and defaming Carroll. The more recent judgment, unlike its predecessor, dealt with comments Trump made as president. The judge in the cases has said Trump was effectively found liable for rape.

Republicans have now begun to face the kinds of questions they are likely to encounter for months to come, amid Trump’s many other legal problems. And if the early evidence is any indication, they will attempt a whole lot of deflecting.

The few big-name Republicans who were forced to weigh in over the weekend — even his one remaining 2024 primary opponent, Nikki Haley — generally declined to address the merits of the case or cast moral judgment on Trump.

Perhaps most notably, even when they did gesture at Trump’s claims that he is being targeted by the legal system, they kept that allegation somewhat at arm’s length.

Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) was asked on CBS News’s “Face the Nation” whether the verdict gave him any pause about Trump’s returning to office. “It doesn’t,” he said.

I do not think this trial will significantly impact President Trump.

The majority of people do not believe E. Jean Carroll.

Despite a jury verdict, the case will be appealed.


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