Trump Accuser Who Took Mortgage Payoff, Tried To Get Job As Trump’s Makeup Artist

Trump Accuser Who Took Mortgage Payoff, Tried To Get Job As Trump’s Makeup Artist

I’ve heard some stupid things in my lifetime, but boy howdy does this take the cake. (I feel like I say that every week, though.)

Trump accuser Jill Harth alleged that the President had groped her back in the 90s and as a result, she had her mortgage paid off by a donor who was arranged by Lisa Bloom, daughter of the infamous Gloria Allred.

While most people believe that these allegations are nothing more than a bunch of liberal women trying to get together to bring down the President because he’s not Hillary, there’s something even more ridiculous to this story.

On October 1st, 2015, Harth allegedly sent an email to a woman named Rhona, urging her to pass it along to Trump. In the email, Harth asked if she could be his makeup artist, because he looked “too orange” with “white rings” around his eyes. She was practically begging to allow her to work with him.

The letter reads like a desperate plea to the then-candidate, whom she says is no match for the HD cameras that are being used to capture his every move.

“Hi Donald,” it begins. “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 spoke to Phil Ruffin recently, and will hopefully get to see him soon when I got to Vegas in a couple of weeks. I am so glad you and your wive’s are all close friends. Everything worked out as it should have and I am very glad you are all happy and doing well.”

Anyone else as skeptical as I am right now? This sounds like it was written by someone as a spoof, to convince us that this woman wrote the email.

“I can’t watch television without seeing you or hearing your name everywhere!” the letter continues. “It’s a good thing for sure but PLEASE let me do your makeup for a television interview, a debate, a photo session, anything! It kills me to see you look too orance and with white circles under your eyes. I will get your skin looking smoother and even toned and will sculpt your face to really show well with all the Hi-Definition cameras you are on. We both know you’ve always been a handsome guy, but PLEASE let me show you how much BETTER you can look with my services and products.”

After a bit more of her trying to sell herself, she concludes the email with this gem.

“I’ve done makeup on Richard Branson, Bob Costas, Stephen Colbert, all the anchors at CBS broadcast center, and so many male models and actors,” she claims. “I have 15 years experience now, I am REALLY GOOD AT THIS!  I will do it for your complimentary one time to try me out and see for yourself.”

“Please call me and I will get you ready and looking perfect,” she begs. “That’s all I ask of you. Nobody will need to know and I will keep quiet if that’s what you want.”

Okay, weird. Because of how poorly it’s written, I am inclined to believe that this didn’t come from a business professional, but then again I’ve been wrong in the past.

Read the full email here and decide for yourself.

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