TRUMP RIGHTFULLY APPEALS E. JEAN CARROLL VERDICT: ‘HOPEFULLY JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED
Nonetheless, despite E. Jean Carroll’s dubious allegations, President Trump has continued to proclaim his innocence. Now, according to The Hill, he is contesting the court’s decision to grant Carroll $5 million in damages for slander and sexual abuse.
As there is no overt evidence of sexual abuse, he is perfectly within his legal rights. The incident in issue allegedly occurred in a public store’s changing room, but no customers, attendants, or other staff members saw it, according to The Federalist.
According to Breitbart, E. Jean Carroll hired a Democrat activist to represent her in court and fabricated the accusations in 2019 to promote her book. In the same article, it was discovered that Lewis Kaplan, the judge presiding over the case, is acquainted with one more of Carroll’s lawyers.
Furthermore, because the jury was anonymous, it was hard for President Trump’s legal team to determine whether any of the members had a bias against him, according to RSBN.
President Trump brought up the matter during a recent CNN town hall, and the viewers backed him in spite of the network’s blatant bias. In fact, according to Business Insider, they thought Carroll’s assertions were absurd.
Trump continues to receive support and is not backing down. He mentioned his appeal in a Truth Social post on Wednesday, stating, “HOPEFULLY JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED ON APPEAL!”