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Former U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday claimed he never met author Elizabeth Jean Carroll and never sexually abused her in the 1990s, making the case part of a Democratic “strategy.” accused of being trying to discredit him.
“I don’t know E. Jean Carroll.・In a publication on the official social profile, it said: He therefore continues to defend his innocence in a lawsuit that has already been ruled to pay monetary compensation to the writer.
Therefore, President Trump has made it clear that the Democrats are threatening him in cases such as the Carroll case, the Vladimir Putin administration’s ties to Russia, or the search for his address in Mar-a-Lago (Florida) as part of the presidential campaign. accused of “trying to defile” the “name and person” of The FBI is searching for classified documents.
“(The case) was funded and prosecuted by Democratic operatives, who deny this, and when their lies are exposed, the judges (…) will use it in the trial. Time “will prove to be very partisan and very unfair,” Trump said.
The former U.S. president responded Monday to Carroll’s latest ruling, which asked a Manhattan (New York) court to reconsider the amount owed to Trump, who he found guilty of sexual abuse. reacting.
After his conviction, Trump gave an interview to CNN, asserting that the sexual abuse accusations were “absolutely false,” but Carroll’s lawyers said the remarks “hugely” damaged the writer’s reputation. and requested that its contents be included. It’s in the cause.
The former president was sentenced to pay Carroll $5 million, but the author and her legal team are currently seeking compensation after Trump’s remarks on CNN and now reaffirmed by Truth Social. Gold is seeking to reach at least $10 million. .
The lawsuit faces other legal proceedings, including the recent indictment of President Trump covering up a series of bribes paid to adult film actress Stormy Daniels in exchange for silencing allegations of sexual indulgence. It happened in the midst of a renewed attempt to return to the White House.