A New York makeup artist who accused Donald Trump of groping her in the 1990's - and whose mortgage was paid off by a donor arranged by Gloria Allred daughter Lisa Bloom, repeatedly solicited then-candidate Trump to become his campaign makeup artist so she could pitch her new line of men's cosmetics, according to The Hill's John Solomon. The story has to be true, because one couldn't make it up if one tried.
In an October 1, 2015 email - Trump accuser Jill Harth emailed the President's New York Company headquarters, writing:
“Hi Donald, you are doing a tremendous job of shaking things up in the United States. I am definitely on Team Trump as so many others are.”
“I can’t watch television without seeing you or hearing your name everywhere! It’s a good thing for sure but PLEASE let me do your makeup for a television interview, a debate, a photo session, anything!” Harth wrote, adding "It kills me to see you looking too orange and with white circles under the eyes. I will get your skin looking smoother and even toned."
Harth also wrote to Trump that she would "sculpt your face" for optimal presentation on high-definition TV sets.
In another email, Harth attempted to meet with Trump in person, offering to be a campaign surrogate who would tell Trump voters how the future president "helped me with my self-confidence and all positive things about how he is with women."
Makeup artist Jill Harth sporting a very shiny forehead
This latest bombshell comes on the heels of a report by Solomon and Alison Spann in The Hill over Trump accusers who were offered or taken money or other forms of compensation by attorney Lisa Bloom in connection with allegations of sexual misconduct - most of which coincidentally cropped up weeks before the 2016 election.
Harth, in particular, took a mortgage payoff and allowed Bloom to set up a GoFundMe account in her name. As ZeroHedge reported Saturday:
One client of Bloom's who received money was Trump accuser Jill Harth, who filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against trump in 1997, but withdrew it after Trump settled a separate lawsuit from Harth and her boyfriend for alleged breach of contract when trump backed out of a business deal. After Bloom began representing Harth, she arranged for a donor to help Harth pay off her Queens, NY mortgage, which was recorded as extinguished on Dec. 19, 2016. Bloom also "arranged a small payment from the licensing of some photos to the news media, then set up a GoFundMe page for Harth's benefit which raised a little over $2,300.
Harth maintains Bloom's financial incentives had nothing to do with her decision to reignite her claims:
“Nothing that you’ve said to me about my mortgage or the Go Fund Me that was created to help me out financially affects the facts or the veracity of my 1997 federal complaint against Donald J. Trump for sexual harassment and assault,” Harth told The Hill.
In a lengthy response to The Hill, Harth explained "Well, a couple years of therapy helped me deal with Trump's sexual attacks and the mind games he had played on me for more than a year and move on with my life. In 2015 I was very excited about a new men’s cosmetic product line that I had developed and needed a prominent spokesperson. And after discussions with my business associate she thought Donald Trump would be ideal."
“I got no response so I abandoned the effort until I saw him on TV at a rally looking worse than ever. He looked like a clown with an orange face and white circles around his eyes. So, I sent another email volunteering to do his makeup for free. Still no response." -Jill Harth
So, Harth claims Trump groped her in the 90's in a lawsuit that was mysteriously withdrawn after Trump settled a separate lawsuit with Harth and her boyfriend. Then Harth went through "a couple years of therapy," before approaching her alleged abuser for a job doing his makeup. After she received no response, Harth took a mortgage payoff and allowed Attorney Lisa Bloom to peddle her story to the country right before the 2016 election.
A totally believable chain of events.
Meanwhile, as the legitimacy of Trump accusers unravels, Bill O'Reilly went on Glenn Beck's radio show last week to discuss what he claims is the existence of a tape showing a woman being offered $200,000 to accuse Donald Trump of 'untoward behavior.' O'Reilly told Beck that it relates to his own sexual assault case, and his lawyer who has listened to the tape says there are at least three crimes contained on it: