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DOJ argues it should substitute for Trump as defendant in E Jean Carroll lawsuit

DOJ argues it should substitute for Trump as defendant in E Jean Carroll lawsuit

The DOJ argued in a brief filed Monday that it should be permitted to substitute itself for former President Trump as defendant in a defamation lawsuit brought by E. Jean Carroll. The DOJ said it believes Trump was an employee of the Govt. and that he acted ’within the scope of employment,’ and accordingly, the department, rather than Trump personally, should serve as defendant in the case.

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Rocky
Rocky 5 days

That l@dy is bat sh!t cr@zee. If this case goes anywhere at all it will be the laughing stock of the judicial community.

Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 4 days

Biden doesn't need to give his family no-shows within our government. He can just leverage financial aid to get them board positions in countries/fields for which they have zero experience. How long before "Dr" Biden starts charities out of the Clinton/Bush playbook.

Daniel T
Daniel T 4 days

This is not news! 🤦🏻‍♂️ You can do better guys.

Mod Okay
Mod Okay 6 days

Disgusting

Aaron
Aaron 4 days

Substitute some democrats

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 4 days

Biden is already President and Jill is already the first lady. Who else in their family could pass the security check?

Indo
Indo 4 days

Its not a contest. Its a new measure for an old ailment. Fixing such things are priorities, not debates for social chatter.

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