Workers in Donald Trump’s White House allegedly complained of sexual harassment following a jury found him guilty on Tuesday of sexually abusing E. Jean Carroll, according to a story from the extreme left media.
The report shows Carroll claimed that Trump sexually assaulted her in the Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in 1996, but the jury found that Trump was only sexually abusive to her to a lesser extent. They also ruled that Trump was at fault for defaming Carroll because of her claims.
Joseph Tacopina, Trump’s attorney, indicated his client would file an appeal.
The report showed a video of former White House communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin, who left her position in December 2020, discussing the verdict on CNN, claiming that Trump displayed a pattern of improper behavior against women throughout his time in office.
She claimed she was not the only person to notify Trump’s Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows, about alleged inappropriate conduct. Nothing of this magnitude, she assured, but something she would deem inappropriate and for which she felt she had a responsibility to report.
Last February, ‘The View’s Alyssa Farah Griffin warned that providing Tucker Carlson with the J6 film might lead to another 9/11.
Griffin is the ‘Republican’ on the panel. At one time, she was Mike Pence’s official spokesman.
According to a report this week on The View, in light of the current political upheaval, Whoopi Goldberg pointedly dared Griffin to contact her former employer, former Vice President Mike Pence.
The View host Goldberg told Griffin that she is unsure whether Griffin still communicates with her former employer, but if she does, Griffin should say to him that he needs to stop running for President.
Griffin appeared tense when Goldberg demanded she tells Mike Pence to end his 2024 presidential run and quickly changed the subject.