E. Jean Carroll requests Trump DNA sample to verify her rape claim

E. Jean Carroll requests Trump DNA sample to verify her rape claim

"The View" co-hosts called on President Trump to hand over a sample of his DNA to determine whether his genetic material is on the dress of a woman accusing him of rape.

Lawyers representing Carroll served a notice to Trump's lawyers on Thursday requesting that Trump submit a DNA sample on March 2 in Washington for "analysis and comparison against unidentified male DNA present on the dress".

Carroll sued Trump for defamation in November alleging Trump made "express statements and deliberate implications" that accused her of lying about the rape in order to increase sales of her memoir - where she first publicly described the assault - as well as to carry out a political agenda by advancing a conspiracy with the Democratic Party. On the pretext of asking advice picking out a present for "a girl", he then allegedly led her into the lingerie section of the store, pushed her against a wall, pulled down her tights, and raped her. After the publication of this testimony, in June 2019 within the journal NY, the republican billionaire had assured to have "Never met this particular person from (her) life". "Also, I am a coward".

Carroll sued Trump in November, saying he smeared her and hurt her career as a longtime Elle magazine advice columnist by calling her a liar.

Trump mentioned in June that Carroll was "completely mendacity" and he had "by no means met this particular person in my life". A photo taken in 1987, however, shows Trump, Carroll and their then-spouses at a social event. Carroll also seeks a retraction and unspecified damages from Trump after his previous refusal.

"In outcome, we've requested a straightforward saliva sample from Mr. Trump to examine his DNA, and there truly isn't any reliable basis for him to object", she talked about.

A legal notice, seen by Reuters and verified by lawyers for the columnist E Jean Carroll, was dated Thursday and expected to be filed with the New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan.

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Carroll mentioned she didn't accomplish that for many years as a result of she feared authorized retribution from Trump and harm to her popularity, amongst different causes. He admitted an "inappropriate intimate relationship" after his DNA was found on her dress.

Clinton was impeached by the House in December 1998 and later acquitted by the Senate, in part for lying under oath about the Lewinsky relationship.

Trump has denied all the allegations.

Trump and other speakers praised Ivanka Trump, the president's daughter and senior adviser, for her work on the issue.

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