Former President Donald Trump finds himself back in a New York courtroom as his defamation damages trial resumes after a brief delay due to COVID-related concerns. The trial, initiated by writer E. Jean Carroll, centers around allegations of sexual abuse and defamation dating back decades. With last year's jury ruling Trump liable, the current proceedings aim to determine the financial compensation Carroll may receive.
Jennifer Pulsone reports.
- Trial Resumption Amid COVID Concerns: The trial faced a temporary halt earlier in the week due to COVID concerns involving a juror and. . .