The New York Times recently published a smear piece on presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, talking about his abuse of women in the past.
One woman identified in the story immediately came out and said that was false.
Now, a second woman is speaking up.
Yet another woman who was featured in the New York Times hit piece exploring Donald Trump’s relationships with women is coming out in defense of the presumptive GOP nominee. On Tuesday’s Sean Hannity Show Carrie Prejean, former Miss California USA and Miss USA 2009 first runner-up, accused The New York Times of lying and taking her quotes out of context.
Prejean says that back in March, she had been contacted by several reporters who wished to interview her for the piece, but that she refused. “I told them, ‘I’m not going to be doing an interview at this time,’” Prejean told Sean on Tuesday’s Sean Hannity Show. “And I said, ‘and by the way, I have nothing bad to say about him so go get it from someone else.’”
In lieu of an interview, reporters decided to pull an anecdote from Carrie’s Prejean’s book, “Still Standing: The Untold Story of My Fight Against Gossip, Hate, and Political Attacks.”