To see the extent to which the Republican political calendar and Donald Trump's legal calendar are intertwined, it's helpful to see them laid out together.
On the Friday July 21st edition of Georgia Today: A former Dougherty county administrator is suing the county over his termination; A new stamp honoring the life and legacy of Congressman John Lewis is available today; And the first sea turtles to emerge from this year's nesting season on the Georgia coast have hatched.
Judge Lewis A. Kaplan wrote that the jury in the Carroll case did not reach "a seriously erroneous result," as former President Donald Trump said.
Love works in mysterious ways. The unlikely trio has teamed up on a story called The Italian Lesson. "An American woman goes to a hill town in Tuscany, opens a café, meets this hunk," Mary Trump says.
Jurors believed that Carroll's allegation of sexual abuse in a Manhattan department store in the mid-1990s was more likely true than not. They awarded her $5 million in total damages.
A lawyer told a jury Monday that Donald Trump should be held accountable for sexually attacking advice columnist E. Jean Carroll in 1996 because even a former president is not above the law.
Lawyer Joseph Tacopina irritated Carroll by using the word "supposedly" to cast doubt on her rape claim, drawing an immediate and stern rebuke from the writer. "Not supposedly. I was raped," she said.
Former columnist E. Jean Carroll sued the former president for allegedly raping her in a department store dressing room in the 1990s. Donald Trump has said she made it all up for publicity reasons.
Jury selection starts Tuesday in Manhattan in the sexual assault and defamation civil suit against former President Donald Trump. E. Jean Carroll accuses Trump of raping her in the 1990s.
E. Jean Carroll, who has accused the president of rape, is suing him for defamation after he called her a liar. The DOJ argues President Trump's remarks were made as part of his official duties.