The damages trial in the New York civil defamation case against former President Donald Trump has encountered a delay due to COVID precautions. Originally set to resume, the trial's pause raises questions about Trump's potential testimony. The trial revolves around determining the damages Trump will be required to pay to writer E. Jean Carroll, following a prior ruling that found him liable for repeatedly defaming her after being accused of sexually abusing her in a department store dressing room during the 1990s.
Sara Lee Kessler reports.
Both Carroll and Trump had already arrived at the court. . .