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Hold On, He’s Coming, President Trump Makes Court Announcement

If they are going to run kangaroo courts, run by kangaroo people, then President Trump should act accordingly.

This is just my opinion, but I believe that E. Jean Carroll is a liar. No rape victim parades around in the way she does. Rape is traumatic and a capital crime, it is not cause for celebration and CNN appearances.

I don’t think I have ever seen a happier ‘victim’ of sexual assault than E. Jean Carroll in my life. This is why I believe she is making up these claims.

Much speculation has been making its way around the web as to whether or not President Trump would attend the start of the New York defamation case.


Despite prosecutors not allowing him to lodge a defense against Carroll’s claims, the 45th President told the media that he would be in attendance for the start of the case on Wednesday of next week.

When asked, the former President told the media: “Yeah, I’m gonna go to it and I’m gonna explain, I don’t know who the hell she is.” Take a look at what he had to say and more on the E. Jean Carroll case:

The Epoch Times reported:

The trial is scheduled to start Jan. 16 and is focused on how much President Trump will have to pay Ms. Carroll for allegedly defaming her by saying she lied about him sexually assaulting her.

In 2019, Ms. Carroll brought a defamation case against President Trump.

Adam Klasfeld shared this letter from Carroll’s lawyers and reported: “E. Jean Carroll’s lawyers warn a judge that Trump wants to “sow chaos” and create a “circus” at his upcoming trial, citing his five-minute courtroom tirade yesterday as evidence. They question whether he can even testify.”

Reuters explained the draconian legal restrictions placed on President Trump as part of the defamation case:

In an order on Saturday night, U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan in Manhattan granted Carroll’s request to block the defense from arguing that the jury reached its conclusion because it did not believe Carroll’s rape claim.


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