Article by Bryan Howard
July 11, 2019
President Trump’s team of lawyers released video evidence proving the President never forcefully kissed his campaign worker on the mouth.
The video released a 15-second video showing the President embraced former campaign staffer Alva Johnson in 2016. This video establishes that Johnson’s claim and lawsuit that Trump forced a kiss on her mouth is completely false.
According to Business insider, “Johnson says Trump ‘moved close enough that she could feel his breath on her skin’ when she ‘suddenly realized … Trump was trying to kiss her on the mouth,’ previous court fillings [sic] said. Johnson said that she ‘attempted to avoid this by turning her head to the right’ and that ‘Trump kissed her anyways … on the corner of her mouth.'”
This staffer said Trump grabbed her by the shoulders and forcibly kissed her at a campaign event. She is now suing Trump for "violating norms of decency."
Someone else captured this video, just released tonight.
The instance seems to have been greatly mischaracterized. pic.twitter.com/qAxJjPyrnN
— Boomieleaks (@notwokieleaks) July 11, 2019