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February 24, 2024

Trump Asks Judge To Delay Enforcement Of $83M E. Jean Carroll Verdict

Former President Donald Trump just dropped a BOMBSHELL about his recent court case involving the defamation of journalist E. Jean Carroll.

Trump has asked the judge on the case to pause the order to pay Carroll $83.3 million dollars.

Trump attorney Alina Habba has made a recent statement on the case and the verdict.

“The figure awarded to Ms. Carroll is egregiously excessive. The Court must exercise its authority to prevent Ms. Carroll’s from enforcing this absurd judgment, which will not withstand appeal,” Habba said.

Since the verdict, Carroll has been interviewed multiple times about the damages award she won.
On one occasion on MSNBC, Carrol even shared her plans of how she will spend the money after being questioned by Rachel Maddow.

“Yes Rachel yes! I had such great ideas for all the good I'm going to do with this money. First thing Rachel, you and I are going to go shopping. We're getting completely new wardrobes, new shoes...Rachel what do you want? A penthouse? It's yours Rachel. Penthouse and France? You want France? You want to go fishing in France?” Carroll said.

While Carroll’s legal team said her response to Maddow was “a joke,” we know that every joke has some truth to it.

Plus, if the judge agrees to pause Trump’s payout, Carroll is not the person who will have the last laugh.

Trump has proven time and time again that he is truly a cat with nine lives.

If Carroll truly believes she has won, she is sorely mistaken.

At this point, we have no further information but truly would not be surprised if Trump finds a way to dodge the payment to Carroll indefinitely.

What do you think will happen with Trump’s request?

Let us know in the comments below.

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