The accusations of badual harbadment against President Donald Trump since his days as host of the reality show "The Apprentice" They will present at a New York court on Tuesday afternoon, where a judge will hear arguments on a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a former contestant who says Trump tempted her a decade ago.
Summer Zervos filed a defamation lawsuit after Trump issued a statement dismissing her allegations that he repeatedly kissed her in the mouth, grabbed her bad and threw her bads when she appeared on the show in 2007.
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In documents filed with the court, Trump's private attorney, Marc Kasowitz, argued that the president is immune from the state's demands. while in office, a claim arising from a Supreme Court ruling in the 1997 case involving President Bill Clinton and former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones, who determined that the president is not immune from civil lawsuits While in office, but left unanswered questions about the states can properly manage such suits.
Zervos' accusations are among allegations made by at least nine other women who were harbaded or badually badaulted by President Trump.
The hearing comes just a day after President Donald Trump backed Republican candidate for Alabama Senate Roy Moore, who has been accused by several women of badually harbading and badaulting them as minors for decades.
According to reports, Trump has tried to question the last few weeks about the veracity of a 2005 "Access Hollywood" movie in which he has heard the then host of the series, Billy Bush, who had grabbed the bads. Women's. On Monday, Bush wrote in an op-ed for the New York Times: "Of course he said it."
In recent months, allegations of harbadment and badual badault against powerful celebrities, entertainment executives and politicians have led to a wave of resignations and dismissals, as well as recriminations and accusations on Capitol Hill about congressional proceedings to handle demands of harbadment against their own members.