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Trump Has Two Court Judgements Going Against Him in One Day

Former President Donald Trump encountered significant legal setbacks as courts in New York and London ruled against him, adding to his ongoing legal challenges and financial obligations.

Denial of Delay Request in Defamation Case

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A federal judge overseeing Donald Trump’s New York defamation trial rejected his plea to postpone the $83.3 million payment owed to E. Jean Carroll.

Details of the Case

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This decision followed a January verdict in which jurors concluded that Trump had defamed Carroll by denying allegations of sexual assault.

London Judge Orders Payment to Steele’s Company

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In a separate legal blow, a London judge ordered Trump to pay $382,000 to a company founded by former British spy Christopher Steele.

Steele Dossier Case

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Trump’s lawsuit against Orbis, Steele’s company, alleged violations of British data protection laws and reputational damage due to accusations made in the infamous “Steele dossier,” a document that has since been discredited.

Challenges in Defamation Appeal

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Despite Trump’s appeal in the defamation case, the New York judge overseeing the proceedings denied his request for a delay in payment.

Mounting Pressure to Post Bond

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As the appeal process continues, Trump’s legal team faces mounting pressure to post a bond or make the required payment.

Response from Trump’s Camp

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Trump’s campaign spokesman, Steven Cheung, criticized the court’s decision, labeling it as part of a “lawless witch hunt.” 

Continuing to Litigate

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He added, “President Trump filed a timely motion to stay the ridiculous judgment, and many courts, including the Second Circuit, recognize the importance of temporary administrative stays while such motions are considered. We look forward to continuing to litigate the case and to complete vindication of the truth.”

Outcome of the U.K. Lawsuit

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In the U.K. case, Trump sued Orbis over allegations made in the Steele dossier, arguing that he “suffered personal and reputational damage” from its contents. 

The case also emphasized that the company had disobeyed the UK’s data protection laws.

Dossier not for Public

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However, Judge Karen Steyn ruled in favor of Orbis, citing procedural issues and asserting that the dossier was not intended for public consumption.

Ongoing Financial Penalties

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Trump faces significant financial penalties in various legal battles, including an order to pay $355 million in a civil fraud case related to business loans. 

With accrued interest, the total penalty amounts to $454 million, further complicating Trump’s financial situation.

Trump’s Assertion of Innocence

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Throughout the legal proceedings, Trump has maintained his innocence, dismissing the allegations as politically motivated attacks. 

Despite mounting legal challenges, Trump continues to assert his innocence and challenge the outcomes in court.

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