Above, money grubber, Jill Harth pictured with DJT, filed a $125 million against DJT in 1997.
Only days after an attorney admitted to seeking payments last year for women willing to publicly accuse then-GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump of sexual misconduct, an even more stunning story broke revealing that one of his longtime accusers begged him for work in 2015.
“Hi Donald, you are doing a tremendous job of shaking things up in the United States,” wrote accuser Jill Harth in an email sent in 2015, “I am definitely on Team Trump as so many others are.”
“I can’t watch television without seeing you or hearing your name everywhere!” her email continued. “It’s a good thing for sure but PLEASE let me do your makeup for a television interview, a debate, a photo session, anything!”
In another email Harth offered to serve as a campaign surrogate and inform the public of how Trump “helped me with my self-confidence and all positive things about how he is with women.”
These emails are remarkable for the simple fact Harth is a harsh critic of Trump today. And also, two decades ago, Harth filed a sexual harassment suit against Trump, claiming he had cornered and then groped her in his daughter’s bedroom at his Mar-a-Lago resort. She later withdrew the suit after the two reached a settlement.
Serious question: On what planet does someone who was allegedly sexually assaulted by a man turn around and beg that same man for a job decades later? And if that’s not odd enough, offer to be a character witness for him, to boot?
Here’s where the story takes an even more interesting turn. Harth has reportedly admitted that she met personally with Trump during one of his rallies in January 2016 in South Carolina.
“We met and we had an understanding that we would let ‘sleeping dogs lie’ in regards to that old complaint.”
Correction: On what planet does someone who was allegedly sexually assaulted by a man turn around, beg that same man for a job, meet with him for a fun little visit and then decide mutually to let “sleeping dogs lie”?
It makes no sense. Or does it?
Five months after Harth met with Trump, The New York Times ran a story in May 2016 recounting what had allegedly happened to her in 1997. Trump promptly responded by disputing the allegations.
“Mr. Trump said it was Ms. Harth who had pursued him, and his office shared email messages in which Ms. Harth, over the past year, thanked Mr. Trump for helping her personally and professionally and expressed support for his presidential candidacy.”
Two months after that piece ran, Harth turned up at The Guardian, where she suddenly performed a complete 180, going from having just previously praised Trump’s positive interactions with women and agreed to let “sleeping dogs lie” to suddenly demanding an apology.
“Harth, who feels she has been publicly branded a liar and believes her business has suffered because of her association with the allegations, decided to speak out about her experience with Trump because she wants an apology.”
And there it is: Harth believed “her business has suffered.”
Judging by the emails uncovered by The Hill, as well as Harth’s history, it seems pretty clear the whole relationship between Harth and Trump is linked to her business and, therefore, by money, like the money she acquired from the settlement in 1997, and the money she hoped to earn by working for Trump.
It is too much to wonder if her criticisms today have the same motivation?
Of course, Harth disputes all this, though her explanation is laughable.
In a statement submitted Monday she claimed therapy helped her cope with Trump’s alleged sexual assault “and move on with my life.”
And that’s why she suddenly decided to forget about him having allegedly sexually assaulted her.
“In 2015 I was very excited about a new men’s cosmetic product line that I had developed and needed a prominent spokesperson,” she said. “And after discussions with my business associate she thought Donald Trump would be ideal.”
Now, Harth has come full circle. She’s changed her story again and thinks Trump “should be removed from office.”
Again, on what planet does something like this take place?
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