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Alleged Sex Offender Declares April Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Source: AP

President Donald Trump has declared the month of April as “Sexual Assault Awareness Month” in his proclamation posted on The White House website, and it received heavy backlash from the media proclaiming it as “ironic” seeing as Trump has already been accused of sexual assault by multiple women, and his popular “grab her by the p*ssy” tagline. He declines these allegations by simply saying that his accusers were “too ugly to even think about sexually.”

Source: The White House

“…support survivors of sexual assault and work together to prevent these crimes in their communities.”

Does this include the sixteen, or possibly more, women whom he has been accused of sexual assault?

Donald Trump is not the first president to declare April as the Sexual Awareness and Prevention Month. In fact, it was former president George W. Bush who established the national month, and Barack Obama has recognized it every year with little to no media attention. In his presidency, Obama has also renewed the Violence Against Women Act in 2013, highlighting the rape allegations that took place in the military.  

The media was quick to call out Trump’s bullsh*t on Twitter, naming it as the “worst April Fools joke” they’ve ever heard.

https://twitter.com/cxcope/status/847917577280118787

Others were empathetic towards the women whom he had sexually assaulted.

 

There were also others who failed to see what was “bad” about the Trump’s proclamation:

Lastly, you just have those people who defend him despite the many evidence and proof that he has sexually assaulted someone, riding with him on the “Fake Media” horse:

https://twitter.com/akaPrsm/status/847939409257406464

Sexual Awareness and Prevention should be every month, and should not be dedicated to only to one month of the year.

Donald Trump has declared something positive, no doubt, but the people of his country would have been assuaged by the fact that their president is a sex offender if he had possibly apologized once more and addressed his mistakes instead of purposefully ignoring them in his proclamation.

The video would have been good enough to suffice for mistakes, granted that “nobody is perfect” and that anyone’s past does not reflect their present; nevertheless, Trump continues to defend himself and point fingers at other people. “Bill Clinton has actually abused women and Hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated his victims,” Trump says in his statement. He continues with “has said far worse to me on the golf course – not even close.”

Interesting.

 

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Charlize Alcaraz
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Charlize is a high school junior who hails from the Philippines. She currently resides in Canada, and takes interest in both Canadian and Philippine politics, as well as American Civics.

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