Trump Hits Liberal Host and His Network with Lawsuit, Claims They Defamed Him

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Former President Donald Trump has sued ABC News and commentator George Stephanopoulos for defamation because of rape allegations Stephanopoulos made in a recent interview with Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina.

Trump filed the lawsuit Monday in federal court in Miami, according to

Stephanopoulos confronted Mace during a March 10 interview on “This Week,” asking how she — a rape victim when a teenager — could endorse the former president when “judges and two separate juries have found him liable for rape.”

The Republican congresswoman pushed back, saying Stephanopoulos was attempting to shame a rape victim — herself.

The rape reference was to a 2023 civil case in which writer E. Jean Carroll won a multimillion-dollar judgment against Trump for sexually abusing her in 1996 and defaming her.

Contrary to what Stephanopoulos said, federal Judge Lewis A. Kaplan told the jury members they could find Trump liable for rape, …

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