E. Jean Carroll can have her first televised interview following the verdict in her most stylish Donald Trump trial with Rachel Maddow, MSNBC announced Friday.
The interview is determined for Monday (Jan. 29) within the midst of the following episode of “The Rachel Maddow Demonstrate” at 9 p.m. Jap, 6 p.m. Pacific.
On Friday, following a contentious trial whereby the disgraced broken-down president incessantly acted with blatant contempt of court docket, Trump used to be show to pay Caroll $83.3 million in damages for defaming her. The judgement stemmed from comments Trump made in Will also, within the midst of the ill-informed CNN townhall in Will also, 2023, that by hook or by crook bought the network’s president Chris Licht fired.
(Amongst varied things, it came out that Licht ensured the match used to be as pleasant as imaginable to Trump, along with offering an viewers filled with supporters and suppressing negative files about him.)
At some point soon of that metropolis hall, Trump lied about and defamed Carroll are residing on air — doing so literally a day after she successfully sued him for defamation. The $83.3 million is on top of the $5 million Trump used to be ordered to pay Carroll within the sooner trial.
This won’t be Maddow’s first interview with Carroll obviously. After that metropolis hall, Carroll and her authorized professional Robbie Kaplan seemed on “The Rachel Maddow Demonstrate,” the establish Kaplan assured Maddow that Trump’s comments were “actionable.” And, as Friday’s verdict showed, they were.