REPORT: New York judge rules defamation suit against Trump can move forward


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A New York state judge has ruled that a defamation suit against President Trump brought by a former “Apprentice” contestant who accused him of sexual misconduct can move forward.

New York state Supreme Court Judge Jennifer Schecter on Tuesday also set a Jan. 31, 2019, deadline for discovery in Summer Zervos’s lawsuit, according to Buzzfeed News.

The article goes on to state the following:

Zervos, a 2006 “Apprentice” contestant was one of more than a dozen women to accuse Trump of sexual misconduct during the presidential campaign. The White House’s official position on the accusations is that the women are lying.

Trump’s lawyers have attempted to block Zervos’ case from going forward, arguing that Trump is immune from the lawsuit because he is a sitting president.

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