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DOJ seeks to defend Trump in defamation case

DOJ seeks to defend Trump in defamation case

The DOJ has taken legal action to defend President Trump in a defamation case from E Jean Carroll who has accused him of raping her. Under a court filing, the DOJ is moving to replace Trump’s private lawyers and take over the case. Carroll accused Trump of assaulting her in the 1990s. In a lawsuit, Carroll argues Trump defamed her when he denied her claim by saying she ’wasn’t his type’.

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 2 weeks

A complete nutjob sues the POTUS for defamation over an obvious opinion (which BTW is most likely true). The lefty media glosses over that and focuses on what a terrible thing it is for the DOJ to represent the President. Yep, that is what media bias looks like folks.

Corey 2 weeks

Trump wants to use more tax payer’s money. He has his whole life. RightWingers (Republicans, Conservatives) believe it’s important to get as much as you can for free, because only fools believe they should use their own money. What is amazing is, just how uneducated Americans are, believing Republicans are anti-welfare, anti-Socialism, self-made people. Red states, those run by Republicans, pay the least in taxes while getting the most handout from the USgov. Democratic run states, Blue States, pay more in taxes while getting the least back from the USgov. Republicans enjoy the redistribution of wealth, that comes from Blue states. Red states (Republican) are welfare states!

Mod Okay
Mod Okay 2 weeks

Yeah this is banana republic style governing. Trump using public employees for his own personal defense starts the slippery slope towards dictatorship.

Cheri Carter
Cheri Carter 2 weeks

Since when does the AG of The United States represent the president in a personal lawsuit. That's taxpayer money and shouldn't be allowed. Trump or Barr need to reimburse us taxpayers or Barr needs to resign if he wants to represent Trump.

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