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‘My Pain is Everyday with Bastard Trump as President’: Trump Accuser Lashes Out Amid Weinstein Scandal


Jill Harth, one of the women who accused President Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her, is speaking out in the midst of the shocking allegations surrounding movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. Harth took to twitter to weigh in on her attorney Lisa Bloom‘s decision to represent Weinstein. Bloom, a feminist attorney who usually represents victims, received a significant amount of backlash when she decided to take on Weinstein as a client. Bloom also represents Harth, who claims Trump assaulted her when the two did business together in the 1990’s.

My pain is everyday with bastard Trump as President.  No one gets it unless it happens to them. NO one!” Harth said. She made the statements in response to Bloom, who claims she felt “hate” after representing Weinstein last week. 

Bloom withdrew from Weinstein’s case this weekend just before even more serious revelations came to light that he allegedly raped at least three women. As a result of her decision to consult Weinstein, Bloom has received an onslaught of criticism. She responded on twitter earlier this week:

That’s when Harth weighed in:

As LawNewz first unearthed , Harth filed a lawsuit against the real estate mogul in 1997 accusing him of sexual assault, including “groping” her under her dress on several occasions, “forcibly” moving her to his daughter’s bedroom at Mar-a-Lago in an “attempted rape,” and repeatedly and aggressively propositioning her. During an interview last summer before the election, Harth told LawNewz founder Dan Abrams that she not only stood by those allegations but demanded that Trump retract his statements in which he called some of her claims “false” and “libelous.”

In a post Tuesday night, Harth lamented about the Weinstein scandal, “what a shitty world it truly is when you tell the truth about what happened and then he gets ELECTED President.”

Trump has denied he sexually assaulted women. Then candidate Trump promised to sue women, like Harth, who made the accusations, but so far he has taken no legal action.

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