E. Jean Carroll‘s daydreaming about a shopping spree funded with $83.3 million of Donald Trump‘s money … or, at least, that’s the joking thought that came to mind after her heavily publicized trial.
Carroll bantered Tuesday on MSNBC about furthering women’s rights … by splurging on a whole new wardrobe and new shoes while chatting with Rachel Maddow — and even asked the host if she’d like a brand new penthouse!
Maddow awkwardly shook her head, rebuffing any lavish gifts from Trump’s money … even if it was in the name of female empowerment, as Carroll put it.
The light-hearted exchange raised eyebrows … especially with Carroll’s lawyer, who uncomfortably clarified her client’s spending spree was entirely a joke.
Too late … as some unamused viewers are criticizing Carroll for her “toxic feminism” and making light of the justice system
Others online branded her “disgusting” for making a mockery out of the American justice system — some even said it was a slap in the face to other victims.
As we reported, a jury of Trump’s peers ruled last week he must cough up the enormous figure to Carroll for defaming her while denying her sexual assault allegation — a verdict he blasted as “absolutely ridiculous!”
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