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May 11 2023
Former President Donald Trump on Thursday officially signaled plans to appeal the $5 million jury verdict this week that found him liable for sexually abusing and defaming writer E. Jean Carroll. In a filing in Manhattan federal court, Trump attorney Joe Tacopina said they were appealing the dollar amount and "all adverse orders, rulings, decrees, decisions, opinions, memoranda, conclusions orNBC News (Online)
Aug 07 2023
Trump’s defamation countersuit against E. Jean Carroll tossed by NY federal judge who finds rape claims ‘substantially true’
Donald Trump’s defamation lawsuit against accuser E. Jean Carroll was tossed Monday by a federal judge — in a ruling finding the writer’s statements that the former president raped her “were substantially true.”
Trump, 77, brought the counterclaims against E. Jean Carroll, 79, in June, arguing she falsely accused him of rape after a Manhattan federal jury only found him liable forNew York Post (News)
May 10 2023
Speaking to CNN on Wednesday morning after securing a $5 million judgment in her civil battery and defamation case against former President Donald , writer E. Jean Carroll took a victory lap — and said that Trump didn't show up at trial because he was too scared. "There is sort of a feeling of victory, that at last somebody has held him accountable in a courtroom," said Carroll. "So it's suchRaw Story
May 10 2023
Former was up at 1 a.m. on Wednesday going on a furious tirade about being found liable for . Writing on his Truth Social website, the former president attacked both the judge who oversaw the case and the jurors who rendered the verdict against him. "The partisan Judge & Jury on the just concluded Witch Hunt Trial should be absolutely ashamed of themselves for allowing such a travesty ofRaw Story
May 05 2023
President Donald Trump sat for a deposition in the E. Jean Carroll civil rape case, and the tape of that deposition was released per a judge's order on Friday.
Carroll brought the suit, claiming that Trump raped her in the Bergdorf Goodman department store dressing room in New York in the 1990s. Trump sat for the deposition in October, which is when the video was recorded.
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May 02 2023
E. Jean Carroll was “hyperventilating” when she called a friend minutes after former President Donald Trump allegedly raped her in 1996, the pal told jurors in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday.
Lisa Birnbach — a longtime close friend of the New York Magazine “Ask E. Jean” advice columnist — recalled how a “breathless, hyperventilating, [and] emotional” Carroll called to tell her TrumpNew York Post (News)
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 01 2023
Donald Trump’s attorney Joseph Tacopina requested a mistrial Monday in former Elle magazine columnist E. Jean Carroll’s sexual battery and defamation lawsuit against the former president. Carroll claimed in 2019 that Trump raped her in 1995 or 1996 in a dressing room at Manhattan’s Bergdorf Goodman department store, and she sued him after he denied knowing her and called the case “a hoax and aWestern Journal
Jun 13 2023
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is facing questions about whether she believes she violated federal law. On Monday, NBC News reported a government watchdog found the press secretary ran afoul of the Hatch Act, a federal law that prevents officials from using their positions to influence elections, by using the term “mega MAGA Republicans.” During a press briefing on Tuesday, aIndependent Journal Review
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