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Judge denies Trump’s plea to postpone the trial of rape accuser Carroll

Donald Trump’s attempt to postpone the April 25 hearing on the charge that he attacked former Elle magazine columnist E. Jean Carroll by claiming he had sexual contact with her was denied by a U.S. judge on Monday.

Trump’s attorneys requested a 4-week “cooling-off” period from the previous week until at least 23 May in federal court in Manhattan, claiming the current “deluge of prejudicial press exposure” of the criminal accusations made against him.

On Monday, Kaplan issued an official ruling stating that Carroll’s suit was “entirely unrelated” to the New York assert-level case in which Trump was found innocent of 34 charges of misleading company records associated with a bribe money payout paid to a porn star shortly before the 2016 election.

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