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Columnist E. Jean Carroll Won't Bring Rape Charge Against Trump


Columnist E. Jean Carroll said she wouldn't bring a rape charge against President Donald Trump based on her allegation of an assault from the mid-1990s. In an interview with MSNBC after the account was revealed, Carroll recounted the allegations and said it took years of experience reading other women's accounts of mistreatment for her advice column to come forward with the allegation. This is the most serious sexual misconduct allegation yet surfaced against the president, aside from his first wife Ivana's allegation of violent rape, the description of which she later walked back.

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