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Speaking: E ​​Jean Carroll (above) reveals in an interview with Vanity Fair that she sexually harassed Roger Ailes while working at America's Talking
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It was a week ago that E. Jean Carroll published a story in New York claiming that she had been raped by Donald Trump and since then the columnist has given advice with some of her comments about the alleged incident and her thoughts about assault.

Carroll made another explosive claim on Friday Vanity Fair that she sexually harassed Roger Ailes, the former Fox News CEO who was accused of misconduct by a number of women.

The 76-year-old writer would even like to name Ailes as her & # 39; future husband & # 39 ;, two decades before he would stand up for the man she claims to have sexually assaulted in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room.

Ailes was her boss at the time of that alleged rape at America's Talking, the network that showed her broadcast, ask E Jean and was an MSNBC predecessor.

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Speaking: E ​​Jean Carroll (above) reveals in an interview with Vanity Fair that she sexually harassed Roger Ailes while working at America's Talking

Speaking: E ​​Jean Carroll (above) reveals in an interview with Vanity Fair that she sexually harassed Roger Ailes while working at America's Talking

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& # 39; I'd like to say from Roger Ailes: & # 39; He is my future husband. & # 39; It never stopped. I would ask him to turn around for me. I loved him, & # 39; said Carroll (Trump left, Ailes right)

& # 39; Oh, I did it. Every day I had a chance. I call him the jewel of his family. Straight in the air, & Carroll says.

& # 39; I roll up my pants. I'd wait for the camera to come. Then I slowly pulled out the right and then the left leg. & # 39;

She continued: & # 39; I'd like to say from Roger Ailes: & # 39; He is my future husband. & # 39; It never stopped. I would ask him to turn around for me. I love him. & # 39;

Carroll also spoke about her comments during an interview with Anderson Cooper earlier this week when she said that most people think rape & # 39; sexy & # 39; is.

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She says in the interview that she should have reformulated her comments, and pointed to the language that Joy Behar used on The View as a better example.

& # 39; She went on The View and got into a fight and defended my view of the word & # 39; rape & # 39; filled with sexual images. And fantasy connotations, & Carroll said.

& # 39; She said everyone here has seen Gone With the Wind. She said, you know when Rhett Butler will grab Scarlett O & Hara and pick her up and take her up the stairs? She is fighting him. She closes his throat and he takes her and he will knock her down. They cut a scene of her in bed as happy and rosy and fulfilled like any woman. And many women have this fantasy. & # 39;

Carroll then pointed out that the Nora Ephron had a similar view of the word.

& # 39; She wrote about it. Having her clothes pulled by a group of men, & she said about the later writer.

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& # 39; The only way she changed that fantasy was to wear different outfits. It is a female and a male fantasy. & # 39;

Cooper was stunned on Monday during an interview with writer E. Jean Carroll, who refused to believe that most people regard rape as a violent attack.

Carroll, 76, also downplayed her own alleged attack and reiterated that nothing & # 39; sexual & # 39; was on the alleged incident, and instead described it as a & # 39; fight & # 39 ;.

When she did this, she told Cooper that she did not see herself as a victim, that the host said: & # 39; Most people see rape as a violent assault. & # 39;

Carroll protested that by declaring: & # 39; I think most people think of being rape as sexy. & # 39;

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That remark surprised Cooper, who was still speechless with his mouth in his arms when Carroll added: & # 39; Remember the fantasies. & # 39;

Buyer then stumbled over his words as he cut to the first commercial break of the show, but not before his guest said, "You are fascinating to talk to."

Carroll told Vanity Fair that she also enjoys her new fame.

& # 39; Fabulous. Buoyancy. It is almost cheerful because of the support when I walk through the streets. It's unbelievably heartwarming, & said Carroll.

She mentioned a & # 39; group of men in their twenties & # 39; who gave her a thumbs up as she walked by and another who gave her a royal greeting as a few highlights.

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& # 39; When I was talking to someone on the phone yesterday, there was a man standing before me bowing while I was on the phone, & said Carroll.

& # 39; It was great. It was like standing in front of Queen Elizabeth. & # 39;

Carroll also responded to the comments made an hour earlier by President Trump, who denied her allegations for the third time in an interview with The hill.

& # 39; I will say it with great respect: number one, she is not my type. Number two, it never happened. It never happened, okay? & # 39; said President Trump.

In the same interview, he also doubled his claim that he and Carroll had never met, despite a photo that brought the couple into conversation during an event in 1987.

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& # 39; I like that. I'm so glad I'm not his type. I'm so happy, & Carroll said.

& # 39; This was 20 years ago. And in those five minutes I was probably the most attractive woman in Bergdorfs for that one time. & # 39;

Cooper then noted that this was not the first time President Trump had stated that one of his accusers was not his, because he had said the same thing about Jessica Leeds earlier.

Carroll and Leeds are the two oldest of the 16 women who accuse Trump of sexual misconduct.

& # 39; When you looked at that terrible woman last night, you said I don't think so. I do not think so. She would not be my first choice I can tell you, & T 39 said about Leeds.

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& # 39; Man. You do not know. That would not be my first choice. & # 39;

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