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Sep 06 2023
The former president goes to trial in January against Ms Carroll over comments he made about her allegations. In a statement on Wednesday, lawyers for Mr Trump said they "remain very confident that the Carroll II verdict will be overturned on appeal, which will render this decision moot". Mr Trump then denied the allegations, and Ms Carroll filed her first defamation suit against him thatBBC News
Oct 31 2023
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has not had the best track record when it comes to making assurances from the podium that the Biden administration is committed to not only fighting back against anti-semitism, but also speaking clearly to concerns about pro-Hamas protests going on around the country. The press secretary began Monday's briefing with what may have been herTownhall
Oct 12 2023
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said the Biden administration viewed the new allegations that Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) acted as a foreign agent for Egypt as “a serious matter.” Jean-Pierre was asked about the president’s reaction, since both men once served as chairmen of the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Committee — Joe Biden from 2001-2003, and Menendez from 2021-2023. “IMediaite
Oct 05 2023
President Joe Biden has provided “record funding” for securing the southern border and is “doing everything that he can to deal with the border” while House Republicans are “trying to politicize it and make it worse,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said.
The assertions Monday by Biden’s spokesperson came after major Democrats, including New York Gov. Kathy Hochul, NewThe Daily Signal
Jul 06 2023
Sep 06 2023
U.S. Judge Lewis A. Kaplan ruled Wednesday that former President Donald Trump defamed writer E. Jean Carroll in 2019 when he denied that he had raped her. He said that a jury would decide the amount of Trump’s damages. A federal judge on Wednesday ruled that Donald Trump is civilly liable for defamatory statements he made about writer E. Jean Carroll in 2019 when she went public with claims heBreitbart News
Sep 06 2023
The decision means that an upcoming second trial, currently set for January, will concern only how much more Trump has to pay Caroll. Caroll's second defamation lawsuit concerns libelous comments she said Trump made in 2019, after she first publicly stated he sexually attacked her in a dressing room after a chance meeting at a luxury department store in 1996. The former president, 77, suedPatch.com
Jun 28 2023
Donald Trump has sued E. Jean Carroll for defamation after a jury found he sexually abused the former magazine columnist and defamed her.
In a counter claim filed Tuesday night, Trump alleges that Carroll defamed him when she appeared on CNN the morning after the jury awarded her $5 million in damages. Carroll was asked about the verdict finding Trump sexually abused Carroll but did notCNN (Online News)
Jun 28 2023
Former US President Donald Trump has sued the writer E Jean Carroll for defamation, alleging she falsely accused him of rape after a jury found he sexually abused her.
Last month, the civil jury in New York found he sexually abused and defamed the columnist but did not rape her.
Mr Trump's claim, filed on Tuesday, relates to comments Ms Carroll made on CNN a day after thatBBC News
Mar 04 2024
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a stunning unanimous decision that dealt a shocking blow to democracy, the United States Supreme Court affirmed that people can vote for the candidate they want. The landmark ruling, issued just as the 2024 Presidential Election prepared to ramp up, presents a grave new threat to American freedom, as all nine justices declared that voters can, in defiance of what theBabylon Bee (Humor)