So horrible. More and more women are accusing Donald Trump of sexual abuse, and unfortunately, it goes so much more beyond that. An expert tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that these women are now victims of verbal and psychological abuse. We have all the details, here.
This is heartbreaking. As numerous women bravely announce that they were sexually abused by Donald Trump, 70, an expert tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that they now face abuse in other forms. “What Donald is doing here is blaming the victim,” Dr. Deborah Sweet, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist, sexual assault and women’s trauma expert, tells us. “They have already been assaulted in a physical way and now on top of that, now there is a verbal and psychological abuse. And on top of that, this in an effort to discredit them and make himself look good. This can make the victims feel diminished, bad, dismissed, and angry. Shame and anger, especially since they have come forward and then to be met with that.”
As we previously told you, the controversial presidential candidate is now trying to smear these women as liars. On Oct. 14, during a speech in North Carolina, Donald shamed women such as Summer Zervos, Kristin Anderson, Jessica Leeds, Rachel Crooks, Natasha Stoynoff, and a dozen more, calling their accusations “lies.” Not only that, but when asked about Jessica’s accusations of sexual abuse against him, Donald replied, “Believe me, she would not be my first choice,” and called her a “horrible woman.” Beyond gross.
Ever since Donald’s 2005 tape of his lewd conversation with Billy Bush, 44, leaked in which he bragged about “grabbing women by the p—y,” more and more of his victims have continued to speak out. Donald later apologized, though he shrugged off his vile remarks, merely saying that they were said during “locker room talk.” Seriously, so disgusting.
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