President Donald Trump on Monday repeated his disavowal of the assault charges portrayed by E. Jean Carroll, this time by saying the writer and guidance feature writer was “not his sort.”

“I’ll state it with incredible regard: No. 1, she’s not my sort. No. 2, it never occurred. It never occurred, OK?” the president said in a meeting with The Hill.

In a portion from her up and coming book, “What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal,” distributed Friday by New York Magazine, Carroll definite a supposed assault by Trump during the 1990s in a Bergdorf Goodman changing area.

The reporter said she experienced Trump at the Manhattan store and that he requested her assistance purchasing unmentionables for an anonymous lady. Once inside the changing area, Carroll claimed, Trump stuck her against a divider and constrained “his fingers around my private zone, pushes his penis midway — or totally, I’m not sure — inside me.”

The president denied the charge in an announcement on Friday, guaranteeing he had “never met this individual” in his life. He likewise blamed Carroll for developing the story to help her sell her book.