Why haven't we heard about the media reporting on Trump's 75 pending lawsuits?
Trump has a November 28th court trial date surrrounding Trump University. Furthermore, on December 16th Trump goes to court for a federal civil lawsuit regarding the rape of a 13-year old in 1994. Why aren't the major networks reporting about these pending issues?
I know about it and have seen it reported in several places. But being so close to the election, going into the details of 75 mostly biz related suits can be time consuming on television. But I've seen it on both liberal and conservative websites. USA Today and NYT recently had articles. I'm sure WA Post had items as well.
As for the rape lawsuit, the media is rightfully careful in reporting those type of charges regardless of who it is. Every month in this country a man is released from prison on what turned out to be false charges or flimsy evidence. No criminal charges were filed. Let's always err on the side of caution regardless of the accused.
I would have to hear more details about it. I knew a suit had been filed but though.
Yes, I too have read about these lawsuits in print form, but I haven't seen them reported on major television newscasts. I find that somewhat troubling and curious.
The rape was addressed on Huff Post with info re: 13-year-old, a woman witness to the rape who was event planner for securing teens for Trump & friend Epstein & that Epstein is registered sex offender for this and like events. Still nothing o
I read that one of the witnesses came up missing. I have not seen or heard it in the news which I have on all the time.
Trump (and/or his million dollar attorneys) has spent more than half his adult life in litigation court. He's either suing someone or being sued by someone. This is the big game of the extremely wealthy or scam artist...sometimes both. He wins a few, he loses a few and the game continues on & on until he grows too old to think or he dies......or someone he sued, shoots him.
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