Trump Accuser BEFORE Lawsuit: ‘I have always been very fond of Donald and I CARE about him’

One of the women accusing President Trump of sexual harassment, Jill Harth, spent much of the campaign begging the candidate for a job.

Via Trump’s lawyers, The Hill got a hold of emails Ms. Harth sent to Trump asking to be his make-up artist.  She also offered to be a campaign surrogate willing to tell voters how Trump “helped me with my self-confidence and all positive things about how he is with women.”

“Hi Donald, you are doing a tremendous job of shaking things up in the United States. I am definitely on Team Trump as so many others are,” Jill Harth wrote Trump in an Oct. 1, 2015, email sent to him through his New York company’s headquarters.

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“I can’t watch television without seeing you or hearing your name everywhere! It’s a good thing for sure but PLEASE let me do your makeup for a television interview, a debate, a photo session, anything!” Harth wrote.

“It kills me to see you looking too orange and with white circles under the eyes. I will get your skin looking smoother and even toned,” she added, boasting she would “sculpt your face” to look good on high-definition television sets.

In another email, Jill Harth seemed to show she was lying about her accusations:

Jill Harth

Because if she wasn’t lying about the accusations then she was willing to lie to the people at a “rally or somewhere.”

In an August email she said “I have always been very fond of Donald and I CARE about him,”  because he helped her to get out of an abusive relationship.

Those are strange words for a woman who sued (and withdrew) Pres. Trump in 1997 over the supposed groping incident…


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