Former US president Donald Trump continues to deny knowing E. Jean Carroll.”I HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA WHO THIS WOMAN IS,” Trump posted online.A Manhattan jury found Trump did — and likely sexually abused her.LoadingSomething is loading.Thanks for signing up!Access your favorite topics in a personalized feed while you’re on the go. download the appFormer President Donald Trump continues to deny knowing longtime Elle magazine columnist E. Jean Carroll — despite being found liable for sexually abusing her by a jury on Tuesday. Shortly after the Manhattan jury’s verdict was read, Trump posted an all-caps response: “I HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA WHO THIS WOMAN IS. THIS VERDICT IS A DISGRACE — A CONTINUATION OF THE GREATEST WITCH HUNT OF ALL TIME.” Trump’s team released a long statement in response to the verdict, also calling the verdict a “witch-hunt of President Trump.”The team also said Carroll’s lawsuit “was orchestrated and funded by the biggest Trump-hating Democrats in the country.” While the jury found Trump liable for sexually abusing and defaming Carroll after two weeks of trial testimony and arguments, they did not find that Trump raped Carroll.The jury awarded Carroll $5 million total in damages.