At a hearing Tuesday in New York, which former President Donald Trump attended via video conference, Judge Juan Merchan ordered Trump to obey a protective order or face a possible contempt ruling.
The adult film star told TalkTV's Piers Morgan she's looking forward to possibly testifying in Trump's trial after the Manhattan district attorney charged him with falsifying business records.
A federal judge ruled in favor of the former president on Tuesday, ordering adult film star Stormy Daniels to pay another $121,972 in legal fees for a failed defamation suit.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: As Donald Trump appears in court today, his most visible ally is Georgia's Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who will be in New York to protest. Plus, the outcome in Wisconsin's Supreme Court election could forecast what to expect in 2024's presidential election.
Former President Donald Trump's lawyer Jim Trusty expects his legal team to fight to dismiss the case.
The pre-planned break coincides with the holidays of Easter, Passover and Ramadan. That means an indictment, if it occurs, wouldn't come until the latter half of April, at the earliest.
Trump has been invited to testify before a Manhattan grand jury, typically the last step before a criminal indictment. Trump could become the first former president in U.S. history to be indicted.
Michael Avenatti was sentenced for stealing about $300,000 from Daniels, the porn actor who catapulted him to fame as he represented her during her legal battles with then-President Donald Trump.
The lawyer was convicted of charges he cheated the porn actor out of money she was supposed to get for writing a book about an alleged tryst with former President Donald Trump.
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