Trump Reveals His Accuser’s Cat Is Named ‘Vagina’

“Her dog, or her cat, was named ‘Vagina’ and the judge wouldn’t allow it to put that in.”

During Wednesday night’s town hall with CNN host Kaitlan Collins, 45th President Donald Trump revealed that the pet belonging to his defamation lawsuit accuser E. Jean Carroll is a cat named “Vagina.”

After being grilled by Collins over how a New York jury found him “liable” for sexual abuse and defamation in Carroll’s case, Trump maintained that he had never met the author and thinks she is crazy.

“What do you say to voters who say it disqualifies you from being president? Collins asked Trump. “Well, there aren’t too many of them because my poll numbers just came out and they went up,” the president quipped. “My poll numbers went up, and they went up with the other fake charge too.”

“What’s happening is they are doing this for election interference. This woman, I don’t know her. I never met her. I have no idea who she is,” he said.

The president went on to explain his dissatisfaction with what the judge in the defamation case allowed jurors to see. “I had a picture taken years ago with her and her husband, nice guy. John Johnson. He was a newscaster, very nice man. She called him an ape. The judge wouldn’t allow us to put that in.”

“Her dog, or her cat, was named ‘Vagina’ and the judge wouldn’t allow it to put that in,” Trump bemoaned, provoking laughter from the audience.

Trump was not lying or exaggerating about Carroll’s cat. According to a tweet published by the author in February 2021, Carroll revealed the cat’s full name as “Vagina T. Fireball.”

Carroll confirmed this herself in a tweet containing an image of the cat wearing a colorful bow she called an “anti-bird killing collar.” The post remains available on Twitter at press time.

When Collins asked Trump if he believed that the $5 million settlement will hurt his 2024 presidential run, the 45th President disagreed.

“Do you think that will deter women from voting for you?” Collins asked.

“No, I don’t think so because I think the whole thing — just so you understand. Ready? I never met this woman. I never saw this woman,” the president said.

Trump’s town hall on CNN was widely viewed as a win for the president among pro-Trump Republican viewers and pundits online, with the opposite effect for liberals and Never Trumpers.

In response to the event, Rick Wilson, the founder of the anti-Trump Lincoln Project, is now advising Republican hopefuls to call off their campaigns and accept the fact that President Trump will be the GOP nominee, Valiant News reported.

I have words.

— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) May 11, 2023

“Wrap that sh*t up, it’s done. You saw this tonight, you know you can’t beat him on the stage,” said Wilson to his former colleagues in the Republican political world. “Everybody else? Oars up, time to go to work, because he’s going to be the nominee.”