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E Jean Carroll, rape victim against Trump, shows up in court as trial begins

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E Jean Carroll arrived at the Federal District Court in Manhattan on Monday morning for the commencement of a trial alleging the former president Donald Trump of rape.

On the opening day of the trial, a woman who accuses former President Donald Trump of raping her thirty years ago has come in court.

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Just before nine on Tuesday morning, columnist E Jean Carroll arrived at the Federal District Court in Manhattan. She appeared to be smiling a little bit and was dressed in dark sunglasses, a dark shirt, and a light gray jacket.

Jury selection in the civil trial is scheduled to start over Carroll’s claim that Trump sexually assaulted her in a luxury department dressing room in the mid-1990s.

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Carroll went through a security line alongside dozens of potential jurors.

A handful of protesters gathered near news cameras set up on Worth Street.

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‘We support E Jean Carroll,’ her backers chanted. One man held a sign that read, ‘Trump is a rapist.’


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