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Donald Trump Rape accuser E. Jean Carroll says he sleeps with the gun loaded from his bed due to death threats

E. Jean Carroll, the longtime columnist who accused President Donald Trump of rape, said in an interview published Friday that he started sleeping with a loaded pistol from his bed for the first time in cause of death threats.

"I'm not stupid," Carroll said, talking about sleeping with a gun, in a two-hour interview with the sit-down with the guardian in his cabin in the state of New York.

Carroll, a journalist and consultant columnist, said last month that Trump raped in the Bergdorf Goodman department store in the years 90 in Manhattan. These are the most serious allegations of sexual assault against the president to date. Carroll said she was "forced to stop watching her social media feeds" and "loaded bullets into the gun in her bedroom".

However, Carroll said the support of many women's hearing was the result.

"The mail bag is huge, I can't start to get past it," Carroll said. "Women tell me their stories and this is the greatest thanks you can receive".

Carroll detailed his alleged encounter with Trump in his new book What are men for? He says she and Trump talked, tried to convince her to wear lingerie, told him to do it and then attacked her after going to a small dressing room. Although Carroll did not use the word "rape", he said the incident corresponds to the legal definition of rape.

Trump denied Carroll's allegations, said he didn't know her and that "he's not my type".

Carroll said he hesitated to make public his accusations not only because he was afraid of what could happen, but also because he felt that he could actually make it stronger politically.

"It is the image of a male leader – thinks Alexander the Great, thinks Genghis Khan." Think of John F. Kennedy. The great leaders take what they want without asking, "said Carroll, adding the 2020 elections:" No matter what someone does, Trump will win, I think he has had it sewn ".

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Journalist E. Jean Carroll visits the SiriusXM studios July 11, 2019, in New York City. Carroll said he is sleeping with a loaded gun near his bed due to death threats he received after coming forward with accusations that Donald Trump sexually raped her.
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Carroll is not the only woman who said she felt the need for a gun after making accusations about Trump and subsequently receiving death threats. (just changed this a little)

Adult movie star Stormy Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, said she had a relationship with Trump a few months after his wife Melania Trump gave birth to their son. The story emerged after Trump won the presidency due to a payment of silence, and the president denied the allegations.

"Yes, I have a gun at home," Daniels said in an interview at the ITV in August 2018, adding that "yes", his bodyguards are "armed".

"Some days I can slip out and walk around my day and I almost feel normal, then I look around and there are two great bodyguards," Daniels said. "Other days make me hate the post of hatred and death threats".

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