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E. Jean Carroll, former president Donald Trump's rape accuser, at Manhattan Federal Court in New York City on Wednesday. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)
Live updates: E. Jean Carroll, who accused Trump of rape, testifies at trial
NEW YORK — The trial in E. Jean Carroll’s civil lawsuit against former president Donald Trump is continuing for a second day on Wednesday. Carroll, a writer and former advice columnist for Elle magazine, has accused Trump of raping her in the mid-1990s. Trump has denied Carroll’s allegation and called her a liar.
Carroll, who first publicly accused Trump in 2019, is testifying on Wednesday."
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