Gloria Allred And Donald Trump In Pitch Battle Over Alleged Sexual Assault Of ‘Apprentice’ Contestant


Trump is being sued by season-five Apprentice contestant Summer Zervos, who alleges being forcibly kissed twice in 2007 and attacked in a hotel room. She’s suing Trump for brandishing her a liar when a few weeks before election, Zervos came forward to tell American voters about her alleged victimization. In reaction to Zervos and other women, Trump described these groping tales as “100 percent fabricated and made-up charges, pushed strongly by the media and the Clinton campaign.”


Racist Trump is arguing that the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution immunizes the president from being sued in state court while in office. He added that he can’t be held liable for engaging in political speech in the context of a public debate thanks to the First Amendment.


On Tuesday, those theories were put to New York Supreme Court Judge Jennifer Schecter, who presided over an oral hearing and will soon be ruling on Trump’s motion to dismiss.


Trump’s attorney Marc Kasowitz believes this dicta is squarely on point, but he opened up his remarks by addressing one conception about his arguments.


“The motion today has nothing to do with putting anyone above the law,” he told the judge.


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Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett

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