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May 05 2023
The video deposition of Donald Trump played before the jury in the E. Jean Carroll civil battery and defamation trial was made public Friday, showing the former president discussing the accusations against him, the “Access Hollywood” tape and the Russia “hoax.”
The edited deposition runs for nearly an hour. Trump was interviewed in October 2022.
In the video, Trump confirms thatCNN (Online News)
May 05 2023
The footage of former President Donald Trump's deposition from October 2022 in the defamation case brought by E. Jean Carroll was released on Friday.
Inner City Press wrote a letter to Judge Lewis Kaplan, who is overseeing the defamation trial, on Wednesday, asking for the deposition and other pieces of evidence to be released to the public.Washington Examiner
May 01 2023
E. Jean Carroll acknowledges that there are two different versions of herself: the empowered and resilient advice columnist who’s always doing “fabulous,” and the self-effacing writer who says she’s never recovered from her alleged rape at the hands of Donald Trump.
The former president’s lawyer spent Monday morning cross-examining Carroll to expand the divide between them both,Daily Beast
May 01 2023
Attorneys for former President Trump submitted a request early Monday morning to Judge Lewis Kaplan seeking a mistrial in his defamation trial due to the judge’s “pervasive unfair and prejudicial rulings,” and it was unsurprisingly denied by Kaplan. The accuser, E. Jean Carroll, returned to the witness stand on Monday after the denial of a mistrial by Kaplan. Trump’s lawyer Joe TacopinaBizpac Review
May 01 2023
Lawyers for former President Donald Trump are requesting a mistrial in the ongoing court case between him and author E. Jean Carroll.
Trumps' lawyers allege the judge has made "pervasive unfair and prejudicial rulings" in the case so far, in a filing on Monday.
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Carroll is suing the former president for battery andWashington Examiner
Jul 12 2023
Trump melts down on Truth Social after DOJ says it will no longer shield him in E. Jean Carroll case
The Department of Justice said Tuesday that it would no longer defend former President Donald Trump in the contentious sexual battery and defamation lawsuit writer E. Jean Carroll filed against him. According to the Daily Beast, Justice Department attorneys notified a New York City federal judge that they would not affirm that "Donald J. Trump was acting within the scope of his office andSalon
Jun 13 2023
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre violated the Hatch Act by repeatedly referring to GOP candidates in the 2022 midterm elections as “mega MAGA Republicans” during official press briefings last year, according to a government watchdog agency. The federal law, which applies to employees within the Executive Office of the President, makes it illegal for federal employees to useThe Daily Wire
Jun 29 2023
Donald Trump lost his bid to have E. Jean Carroll’s original defamation lawsuit tossed out — with a judge finding the ex-commander-in-chief can’t invoke presidential immunity. Manhattan federal Judge Lewis Kaplan rejected the former president’s request to dismiss the suit, which accuses Trump, 77, of damaging Carroll’s reputation when he claimed he didn’t know her after she went public withNew York Post (News)
May 11 2023
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Oct 03 2023
President Joe Biden is standing with his son Hunter after the younger Biden pleaded not guilty to felony gun charges in Delaware, according to the White House. "The president loves his son," press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters Tuesday. "He's going to continue to support him as he rebuilds his life." DESANTIS BEGINS TO TAKE THE GLOVES OFF AGAINST TRUMP As Joe Biden keeps a lightWashington Examiner