Everyone knows that the alleged charges and accusations against the 45th President of the United States are politically motivated and baseless.
Even many leftists understand that all of his legal woes are part of a well-orchestrated witch hunt.
The E. Jean Carroll case is no different. Despite not remembering the year in which she was allegedly assaulted, and despite numerous issues with the evidence and the funding for the case, E. Jean Carroll was awarded $5 million in damages. …
Never mind that the jury did not find the former President guilty of rape, never mind that Never-Trump billionaire, and Linkedin founder, Reid Hoffman, was bankrolling the case.
President Trump’s legal team has announced that they have every intention of appealing the verdict in the case, as was widely reported by multiple outlets and President Trump himself.
Read on and watch the coverage below:
Donald Trump's attorney, Joe Tacopina, said the former president plans to appeal the ruling in the E. Jean Carroll civil case, after a nine-member jury found he sexually abused the magazine writer and then defamed her by branding her a liar https://t.co/2VXCpUF3h4 pic.twitter.com/z16gasCR9L
— Reuters (@Reuters) May 10, 2023
A federal jury in New York found former Pres. Donald Trump liable for sexually abusing and defaming writer E. Jean Carroll about 30 years ago.
The jury ordered Trump to pay Carroll $5 million in damages — and Trump’s lawyers say they will appeal the case. pic.twitter.com/UCYekTsQ04
— CBS Mornings (@CBSMornings) May 10, 2023
The Epoch Times provided this statement from Trump attorney Joe Tacopina:
“Strange verdict,” Tacopina told reporters outside the courthouse. “It was a rape case all along, and the jury rejected that.”
“We’ll obviously be appealing those other findings,” Tacopina said, referring to the defamation and battery counts.
President Trump responds to E. Jean Carroll verdict and states that he is going to appeal: pic.twitter.com/QjSYHDnO0G
— Yoshi The Patriot (@yoshithepatriot) May 10, 2023
Just The News explains:
The basis of a prospective appeal remains unclear and Tacopina did not outline his argument to the outlet.
Trump continues to deny Carroll’s claims, calling the verdict a “disgrace” and part of “the greatest witch hunt of all time!”