Her victim-blaming words caused an immediate backlash on social media.

Hilton quickly fired back, blaming the journalist for manipulating her quotes.

Paris Hilton
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She reached out to Pop Crave to accuse Marie Claire of misquoting her and noted the date of the interview.

Paris Hilton Trump quotes
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Hilton, who didn't vote in last November's election, defended herself by saying she had given those quotes before Trump was elected president. 

However, Hilton can't dispute that the interview took place AFTER the "grab 'em by the pussy" tape was released and AFTER multiple women came forward and accused Donald Trump of sexual harassment and assault. She apparently didn't think he was terrible at that time. 

And nowhere in the DM above does she address her hurtful accusation that alleged sexual assault victims just wanted 15 minutes of fame. 

Hilton insisted that she will never voice her support for Trump again because he is a "terrible person."

Paris Hilton
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"I do not agree with anything he's doing and will never support on again," Hilton concluded. "I totally agree Donald Trump is a terrible person!"

Irin Carmon, the journalist who conducted the interview, stands by the account.

Iris Carmon Marie Claire journalist responds to Paris Hilton's tweet
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The internet is now requesting that Marie Claire release its tapes.

Paris Hilton Trump statements
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(Of course Pop Culture Died in 2009 is involved in the drama.)

So what's the truth? Did Hilton really defend Trump's behavior in her interview?

Because America needs to know where Paris Hilton — reality star, DJ, and seller of perfumes — stands on political issues.