“I’d like to see the president dead.
I would love to hear the president’s name on a cross.
I know he has a lot of enemies, but that’s not what this is about.”—Joe Scarborough, CNN contributor and White House Chief of Staff.
Scarborough, who recently said he had a “very bad feeling” about Trump, was responding to a CNN interviewer who asked Scarborough, “Why is the president so obsessed with Juanita?”
The former MSNBC host and GOP strategist said Trump is “a very good listener,” and said the president has a “big heart” for women.
Scarborough said Trump has been “very generous with women” and that “we have the greatest women in the world.”
“He’s got a lot to be grateful for,” Scarborough said.
“I’d just like to know, is this a real possibility that the president is going to put the president of the United States in the White House and make him the victim of a sexual assault?”
“Because that would be a tragedy, and it’s a crime.”
On May 13, 2016, Trump tweeted that Broaddick was “disgusted” with him after she made “false accusations” of assault against him.
Trump was not alone in making these accusations.
Broaddill, who was a Democrat and has been a Democratic advocate for women’s rights, said in a statement that the allegations were false.
On May 23, 2016 he tweeted: “I was with the accuser at the time.
He is a disgusting human being and I hope he goes to jail!”
In a May 27, 2016 tweet, Trump wrote: “This is the woman who said I raped her.
She was a hottie, and she was a great actress.
She had a good life.
This is the most disgusting thing that has ever happened to me.
I hope she goes to prison and goes to hell.
There is no place for this kind of vile behavior in our society!”
On July 20, 2016 Trump tweeted: “[email protected] is an ugly woman who has been smeared by the media, and now is blaming me for her ruin.
In another tweet, the president claimed that the former “star of” the hit reality TV show “The Apprentice” had “been smeared” and “had her life destroyed.”
In a July 24, 2016 interview on Fox News, Broaddack said that the alleged incident with Trump occurred at the age of 24, while Trump was 40.
Broaddack, who now calls herself “Juan,” told CNN that she had “some misgivings” about the accusation.
“I think he did the right thing,” Broaddrum said of Trump.
“He took a position, and he didn’t apologize for it,” she added.
“You know, I think he was probably more concerned about the optics, and the way he portrayed himself as this tough guy who was going to stand up for women and the environment, than he was actually about what happened to him.”
Broaddick said Trump had been “befriended and talked to by people from both sides of the aisle” before he made the accusations.
She said that he “wasn’t a nice person.”
In another interview with CNN, Broadrick said she “didn’t know who he was until he said the word’ rape’ and was stunned.”
And I think that was really what made me angry. “
It just made me very angry.
And I think that was really what made me angry.
I don’t know if he was being serious, or just being kind of joking around, but it just made my heart hurt.”
Broadrick told Fox News that she “never would have believed that the people who were accusing him would make up a story like this.”
In her book “A Rape on Campus,” which was published last year, Broadsaid she “saw that the men on campus were being accused of sexual assault,” and that she believed “a lot of the people making these allegations are probably lying.”
Broadsaid, who said she was assaulted by a male professor in the early 1990s, said she found out about the accusations while researching the book.
She told CNN she had a meeting with Trump at Mar-a-Lago after the book was published, and that he apologized for his behavior.
Broads said she then told her husband, Joe Scarborough, about the incident.
Scarborough told Fox that Broads “was really emotional, and said, ‘Joe, we’ve been married 25 years.
We’ve been through a lot.
I’m sorry for what I did.'”
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