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Democrats urge DOJ not to defend Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation lawsuit

Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee in a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland Wednesday demanded that the Department of Justice reverse its decision to continue defending former President Trump in a defamation lawsuit brought by writer E. Jean Carroll. Why it matters: The members said the continuation "seems profoundly...
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DOJ argues it should substitute for Trump as defendant in E. Jean Carroll lawsuit

New York (CNN) — The Justice Department argued in a brief filed Monday that it should be permitted to substitute itself for former President Donald Trump as defendant in a defamation lawsuit brought by a longtime magazine columnist, E. Jean Carroll, who accused him of rape, continuing the argument it had initiated under the previous administration even as the White House has changed hands.
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Biden DOJ to defend Trump in defamation lawsuit from E. Jean Carroll

The Justice Department under President Joe Biden is moving to defend former President Donald Trump in a defamation lawsuit from E. Jean Carroll who accused Trump of sexually assaulting her. The DOJ argues that they must defend Trump because his statements were made while he was president.
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Biden's Justice Department will continue to try to defend Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation suit

The Justice Department's Civil Division told a federal appellate court Monday night that it will continue to try and defend former President Donald Trump in a libel suit brought by E. Jean Carroll, a journalist who said Trump raped her in a department store dressing room I the 1990s. After Carroll accused Trump of rape, Trump called her a liar and said, untruthfully, that he had never even met her. Carroll sued Trump for defamation in 2019, and Attorney General William Barr stepped in last September, controversially attempting to have the Justice Department replace Trump in the lawsuit, effectively killing the litigation.
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E. Jean Carroll offers to delay defamation case against Trump

E. Jean Carroll is offering to delay collecting testimony and DNA evidence in her defamation case against President Trump , whom she has accused of sexual assault, if he gives up other records related to the case. The offer comes as the Department of Justice appeals a ruling from District...
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