5 lesser-known, hidden, and surprising facts about the Trump-E Jean Carroll lawsuit:

 For more than 50 years, E Jean Carroll has been a well-known author and advice columnist, best known for her contributions to magazines like Esquire, Elle, and Playboy.

Despite a picture of the two of them appearing in the magazine accompanying her piece, Trump refuted the accusations, saying Carroll was "totally lying" and that he had never met her.

In November 2019, Carroll sued Trump for defamation, claiming that he had harmed her reputation by outright refuting her claims and labeling her a liar.

In November 2019, Carroll sued TruImp for defamation, claiming that he had harmed her reputation by outright refuting her claims and labeling her a liar.

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Trump's legal team argued that Carroll's case should be dismissed and that Trump's denials were protected by his office as president.