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    Judge Issues New Warning To Trump In E. Jean Carroll Case

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    The judge presiding over the civil rape lawsuit involving E. Jean Carroll in which Donald Trump is accused of defamation was not charmed by the former president’s social media behavior and reprimanded him for being “entirely inappropriate.”

    The journalist and columnist Carroll began testifying in a Manhattan courtroom on Wednesday, but Trump was not required to be present. Instead, he used his social media platform, Truth Social, to respond to the allegations made against him. This did not sit well with Carroll, whose lawyer read Trump’s statements in court.

    “They got caught lying! The Miss Bergdorf Goodman case is financed by a big political donor that they tried to hide. Does anybody believe that I would take a then almost 60 year old woman that I didn’t know, from the front door of a very crowded department store, (with me being very well known, to put it mildly!), into a tiny dressing room, and …. her. She didn’t scream? There are no witnesses? Nobody saw this? She never made a police complaint? If I was seen there with a woman-BIG PRESS. SCAM!”

    Carroll was accused of framing him with “the old Monica Lewinsky stuff” in a subsequent post.

    “The E. Jean Carroll case, Ms. Bergdorf Goodman, is a made up SCAM. Her lawyer is a political operative, financed by a big political donor that they said didn’t exist, only to get caught lying about that. Just look at her CNN interview before & after the commercial break – Like a different person. She said there was a dress, using the ol’ Monica Lewinsky “stuff”, then she didn’t want to produce it. The dress should be allowed to be part of the case. This is a fraudulent & false story–Witch Hunt!”

    Trump’s attorney, Joe Tacopina, informed Judge Lewis Kaplan that he would “attempt to address” the public comments made about the case “with my client.”

    “Well, I hope you’re more successful,” Judge Kaplan responded. He continued that Trump “may or may not be tampering with a new source of potential liability. … And I think you know what I mean.”

    On the first day of the trial, the judge instructed Tacopina to investigate as to whether or not his client would be testifying or attending court so that he could offer his opinion under oath.

    At his arraignment earlier this month in connection with the Stormy Daniels hush money business fraud case, Trump was warned about his social media posts.

    More on this story via Conservative Brief:

    Carroll accuses Trump of raping her in the 1996 dressing room of the Bergdorf Goodman department store in Manhattan, and she is suing him for slander. She said during her testimony in court on Wednesday that the anguish from the alleged assault was something she could “still feel”. CONTINUE READING…

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