It’s become very apparent that actress Salma Hayek does not like Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump whatsoever, and with good reason.
Last Friday it was revealed that Trump once tried to date her, but she rejected him, so in retaliation he planted a negative story about her in the National Enquirer.
Then, on Monday afternoon Hayek was part of a press call for the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign and revealed even more about Trump. She said:
“He calls us criminals — but who is the one who has a…lawsuit for the [Trump] University? He calls us rapists — but who has a lawsuit [against him] for raping a young girl?”
“Criminals and rapists — those are the only things [Trump has] said about Mexico, and that we have to pay for his wall.”
And she’s not wrong. While Trump goes around calling Mexicans rapists and criminals, as well as Hillary Clinton a criminal, he seems to not realize he’s the one with the very real charges of both those things against him. If found guilty, there’s a very real chance he could land behind bars.
As far as Trump University, according to the New York Times:
“In a written decision, Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel rejected a motion by Mr. Trump’s lawyers to dismiss the case, concluding that the aggrieved former students had raised a genuine question about whether Mr. Trump had “knowingly participated in a scheme to defraud.””
This was, of course, when Trump then went after the judge for being of Mexican decent. However, despite Trump trying to stop the lawsuit from moving forward, it will “proceed toward trial.”
Then, in regards to Trump allegedly raping a 13-year-old girl, according to The Guardian:
“A federal judge in New York has ordered counsel for Donald Trump and the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein to appear in court along with the attorney for a woman referred to only as “Jane Doe” who alleges the Republican presidential nominee raped her when she was 13.
Judge Ronnie Abrams has slated an initial status conference in the civil lawsuit for 16 December in a New York district court.”
Neither case looks very good for Trump by a legal standpoint, nor publicity-wise.
As Trump goes around accusing people of being rapists and criminals, he should probably take a good, long look in the mirror before casting stones at other people. He tends to project what people call him onto others to deflect from his own bad behavior, but unfortunately for him, most people are starting to see through all of it.
Trump will be going to court soon enough for the allegations brought against him, and hopefully, he’ll be a private citizen and not President of the United States. On November 8th citizens of this great country need to make sure Trump gets nowhere near the Oval Office.
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