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Teenager caught Donald Trump Twitter spit says she was threatened with death and rape

A woman who was targeted by Donald Trump on Twitter after asking him a question about women’s rights at a campaign meeting alleges that she was mercilessly repressed, sent death and rape threats, and received feces.

Lauren Batchelder was 18 and attended a political event in her home state of New Hampshire in October 2015 ahead of the 2016 United States elections.

Lauren has always been “incredibly passionate” about politics and willing to vote for the first time, asking Republican candidate Trump about his track record in the field of women.

Speaking in new BBC Three documentary Trump in TweetsLauren explained, “He owns the Miss Universe pageant, and it really bothered me, and I also knew he said he didn’t support abortion and that really worried me.

Lauren Batchelder was targeted by Donald Trump on Twitter after asking him a question about women's rights at a campaign meeting alleging that she was mercilessly repressed, sent death and rape threats and received feces in the post

Lauren Batchelder was targeted by Donald Trump on Twitter after asking him a question about women’s rights at a campaign meeting alleging that she was mercilessly repressed, sent death and rape threats and received feces in the post

“I decided to attend this political event where he would speak.”

At the event, Lauren – a political activist who sees himself more left now – asked the future president, “Maybe I’m wrong, but I don’t think you’re a friend of women.”

Trump replied, “I knew I shouldn’t have chosen her,” before going on to say that he “incredibly respects women” and “cherishes” them.

Lauren continued, “I want to be paid the same as a man and I think you understand that. So if you become president, will a woman make the same thing as a man and can I choose what to do with my body? ‘

In response, Trump joked, “You’re going to do the same thing if you do it so well, and I’m pro-life.”

Lauren was 18, she attended a political event in her home state of New Hampshire in October 2015 ahead of the 2016 United States elections

Lauren was 18, she attended a political event in her home state of New Hampshire in October 2015 ahead of the 2016 United States elections

Lauren was 18, she attended a political event in her home state of New Hampshire in October 2015 ahead of the 2016 United States elections

At the event, Lauren – a political activist who now considers himself more leftist – asked the future president, “Maybe I’m wrong, but I don’t think you’re a friend of women,” to which Trump replied, “I knew I shouldn’t have chosen her ‘

The next day, Trump tweeted about her, writing, “The arrogant young woman who questioned me in such a nasty way was a Jeb employee! How can he beat Russia and China? ‘

Lauren explained that she had worked for Jeb Bush, one of Trump’s political rivals.

“I decided to do an internship for the Bush campaign because I thought it would be an interesting opportunity, but it didn’t work for me and so we split up,” she said.

“I think it is very clear that I was not a plant, because Jeb Bush is Catholic and he is against abortion. Why would the campaign send someone to ask a question about a woman’s right to choose? It just isn’t right. ‘

The next day, Trump tweeted about her, writing, “The arrogant young woman who questioned me in such a nasty way was a Jeb employee!  How can he beat Russia and China?  '

The next day, Trump tweeted about her, writing, “The arrogant young woman who questioned me in such a nasty way was a Jeb employee!  How can he beat Russia and China?  '

The next day, Trump tweeted about her, writing, “The arrogant young woman who questioned me in such a nasty way was a Jeb employee! How can he beat Russia and China? ‘

Lauren said that suddenly going from a citizen to a public figure was “absolutely terrifying.”

The day after the Trump event, Lauren shared how everything started blowing up in the mainstream media.

“Suddenly there were hundreds of people tweeting or trying to message me,” she recalled.

After calling her out for being a “ plant, ” Lauren said she was bombarded with comments that quickly became very personal.

“They asked if I knew I was ugly. They started to become incredibly sexual, ”she said.

Lauren explained that she had worked for Jeb Bush, one of Trump's political rivals, but insisted she was not a factory

Lauren explained that she had worked for Jeb Bush, one of Trump's political rivals, but insisted she was not a factory

Lauren explained that she had worked for Jeb Bush, one of Trump’s political rivals, but insisted she was not a factory

“Many things had happened that summer; I was a survivor of sexual assault, and I was filled with so much anger. They said they would find and rape me.

“One person pooped in a box and they emailed it to me.

“The most shocking and scary thing to me was a comment that said they knew where I lived and they said they would kick my head down a curb and pee all over my face.”

Lauren said that suddenly going from a citizen to a public figure was “absolutely terrifying.”

It got so bad that Lauren even considered leaving college.  She described it as one of the darkest periods of her life

It got so bad that Lauren even considered leaving college.  She described it as one of the darkest periods of her life

It got so bad that Lauren even considered leaving college. She described it as one of the darkest periods of her life

“There is no security,” she explained. “I remember lying in my bed with the blankets over my head and I couldn’t imagine this ever ending.

“This whole situation told me that this campaign would cross borders that had never been crossed before. The second time you take a teenager and throw them away to be eaten by the wolves, you’ve crossed that line. ‘

It got so bad that Lauren even considered leaving college. Speak with the BBCShe confessed that it was “really just one of the darkest moments of my life” and admitted it had a lasting impact on her, adding, “Trauma doesn’t follow a stopwatch.”

Lauren said, “The most shocking and scary thing to me was a comment that said they knew where I lived and they said they would punch my head in a curb and pee all over my face.”

Lauren added that she doesn’t feel lasting anger at the president or the trolls who have harassed her, but hopes they can change their way.

“You cannot heal when you are angry. I think I had to forgive all these people to really get ahead, ”she said.

“I think Donald Trump can change and that’s really my hope.”

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