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A federal judge in Florida on Wednesday allowed former President Donald J. Trump’s defamation suit against ABC News to move forward, rejecting an effort by the television network to dismiss the litigation as spurious. The lawsuit, filed in March, argued that ABC’s star anchor, George Stephanopoulos, defamed Mr. Trump by saying on-air numerous times, in a March 10 segment on “This Week,” that the former president had been found liable for raping the writer E. Jean Carroll. Mr. Trump was found liable last year in a Manhattan civil case for sexually abusing and defaming Ms. Carroll. The jury did not find Mr. Trump liable on a technical charge of rape, which is narrowly defined in New York State law. “But a reasonable jury could conclude Plaintiff was defamed and, as a result, dismissal is inappropriate.”
Persons: Donald J, George Stephanopoulos, Mr, Trump, Jean Carroll, Ms, Carroll, Cecilia Altonaga, Organizations: ABC News, United States, Court Locations: Florida, Manhattan, New York State, Miami
Washington CNN —A federal judge on Wednesday refused to dismiss former President Donald Trump’s lawsuit against ABC News and George Stephanopoulos over the anchor’s assertion that a jury concluded Trump had “raped” E. Jean Carroll. Trump filed the lawsuit in Florida federal court earlier this year, arguing that Stephanopoulos and the network defamed him when Stephanopoulos said during a contentious on-air interview with Rep. Nancy Mace that a jury found Trump had “raped” Carroll, a writer whose own cases against Trump led to him being found liable for sexual abuse. ABC News did not immediately respond to a CNN request for comment. In the Trump-ABC lawsuit, US District Judge Cecilia Altonaga, an appointee of former President George W. Bush, wrote Wednesday that these definitions were different enough to let the case move forced. His analysis necessarily focused on what Carroll had and had not proved at trial, as well as the harm Carroll experienced from (Trump’s) abuse.
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Instead, Biden’s campaign unraveled over the course of the next 24 days. It’s a high-risk, high-reward gamble for Democrats, resetting a campaign Biden was losing with a new nominee just 107 days before the election. Dunn and her husband, Bob Bauer, were among Biden’s debate prep team and had faced the ire of the president’s family in the aftermath of the debate. Several news outlets, including CNN, reported that Pelosi and former President Barack Obama had privately expressed concerns about the future of Biden’s campaign. That same day, ABC News reported that Schumer told Biden in their Saturday meeting that it would be best if he bowed out of the presidential race.
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Biden will not seek reelection; endorses Harris
  + stars: | 2024-07-21 | by ( Michael Williams | )   time to read: +8 min
CNN —President Joe Biden says he is not seeking reelection in a letter posted to his official account on X. “It has been the greatest honor of my life to serve as your President,” Biden wrote. “My very first decision as the party nominee in 2020 was to pick Kamala Harris as my Vice President,” Biden wrote. It’s also the latest shocking development in a highly charged political campaign that has included an attempt on Trump’s life. The mood in the White House and at Biden’s campaign headquarters in Wilmington had turned sour.
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How to Watch Biden’s NBC Interview
  + stars: | 2024-07-15 | by ( Maggie Astor | More About Maggie Astor | )   time to read: +1 min
President Biden is scheduled to do a prime-time interview on Monday with Lester Holt of NBC News. The interview, which was planned before the assassination attempt on Saturday against former President Donald J. Trump, is part of Mr. Biden’s effort to stabilize his campaign after his poor performance at last month’s debate spurred doubts about his candidacy. It follows an interview he did a little over a week ago with ABC News’s George Stephanopoulos. Here’s what to know about the latest interview:What time is the interview? Mr. Biden was initially supposed to do the interview in Austin, Texas, but he canceled the trip after the assassination attempt and will do it at the White House instead.
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And yet one of the men, former President Donald Trump, 78, has been able to remake the Republican Party around his own divisive persona. Trump, between now and then, will pick a vice president from a short list of people who have previously criticized him but are now all in. Doug Burgum, who are also reportedly on Trump’s vice presidential short list, should be wary. A CNN poll released back in February, before Trump had sealed the Republican presidential nomination, suggested his top Republican rival, former South Carolina Gov. If Biden dropped out, Clyburn said he would back Vice President Kamala Harris.
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Read preview"The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart has criticized President Joe Biden's recent posture toward calls for the leader to step aside, saying the latter's defense is turning "Trumpian." This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Only God could tell me to get out of the race,'" Stewart continued. In recent weeks, Biden has come under scrutiny after a dismal showing in his first presidential debate of 2024 against Trump. AdvertisementRepresentatives for Biden's campaign and Stewart did not immediately respond to requests for comments sent outside regular business hours by Business Insider.
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Opinion | How Did Biden Do at His News Conference?
  + stars: | 2024-07-12 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
To the Editor:Re “In News Conference, Biden Has Slips but Shows Strength on Foreign Policy” (news article,, July 11):President Biden’s performance at Thursday’s press conference was neither his debate disaster nor as underwhelming as his subsequent interview with George Stephanopoulos. However, it was also not dispositive of the doubts about the viability of his continued candidacy that have emerged over the past couple of weeks. So, Democrats still need to focus on which is the lesser of two gambles. Or do the Democrats risk potential chaos in service of a revitalized nomination process? The only thing worse than a gamble you lose is one that you never even had a chance of winning in the first place.
Persons: Biden, George Stephanopoulos, Donald Trump Organizations: Conference
Ahead of those meetings, defections in Biden’s Democratic coalition in Congress continued. More than a dozen Democratic House members and at least one Democratic senator have publicly called on Biden to withdraw from his reelection campaign. Speaking with reporters on Friday, Biden campaign communications director Michael Tyler acknowledged “anxiety” from Capitol Hill, but insisted Biden will continue outreach to lawmakers to shore up his support. Biden, for his part, came off as chastened during the news conference and was less defiant than in previous appearances. Biden’s campaign, meanwhile, has bluntly acknowledged the challenges it has faced since his debate performance two weeks ago.
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Venture capitalist and Democratic megadonor Ron Conway has spoken directly with former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi about President Joe Biden's disastrous debate performance, according to three people familiar with the matter. Representatives for both Pelosi and Conway did not deny that the California Democrat and unofficial dean of the House Democratic caucus had spoken to Conway about Biden. "Like many others, since the debate Ron has had many conversations with Democratic party leaders and other major donors about the best path forward for victory. He's given over $400,000 to the Biden Victory Fund throughout the 2024 election cycle, according to Federal Election Commission records. Conway gave over $200,000 to the Nancy Pelosi Victory Fund during the 2022 congressional midterm elections, according to OpenSecrets.
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Opinion | What a Linguist Hears When Biden Speaks
  + stars: | 2024-07-11 | by ( John Mcwhorter | )   time to read: +2 min
I don’t think anyone would be shocked to hear that linguists generally study languages, but there is a corner of the discipline that studies something slightly different: pidgins. These are not actual languages; they have small vocabularies and very little of what we could call grammar. One example is Chinese Pidgin English, which was spoken on the coast of China from the 18th century to the mid-20th century. It is alarming to see someone who is asking to be elected president of the United States — someone who already serves as president of the United States — communicate in such an ineffective manner. One way to understand what is happening is to think of it as unraveling.
Persons: Donald Trump, George Stephanopoulos, Biden Organizations: United Locations: China, Papiamentu, Cape Verdean, Surinam, United States
Days after his big Biden interview, George Stephanopoulos doesn't think the man's up for the top job. In a video obtained by TMZ, he said to a passerby: "I don't think he can serve four more years." AdvertisementDays after sitting down for an interview with President Joe Biden, George Stephanopoulos has expressed doubts about the man's ability to serve another term. In the video, the person filmed Stephanopoulos walking toward him in workout clothes. They panned away from the host as they asked: "Do you think Biden should step down?
Persons: Biden, George Stephanopoulos doesn't, , Joe Biden, George Stephanopoulos, You've Organizations: TMZ, Service, ABC, Business Locations: New York City
On Tuesday night, Stephanopoulos expressed regret for his frank remark, saying through a spokesperson, “Earlier today I responded to a question from a passerby. ABC News separately said that Stephanopoulos “expressed his own point of view and not the position of ABC News.” Regardless, any damage inflicted by the comment was already done. Many journalists simply do not buy the narrative that Biden, his campaign, and the White House are selling. The Stephanopoulos interview is the perfect example of that. Instead of helping him move forward, granting the interview has effectively backfired, with Biden failing to even convince Stephanopoulos with his message.
Persons: George Stephanopoulos, Joe Biden’s, , , Biden, Stephanopoulos, TMZ —, Donald Trump, shouldn’t, Stephanopoulos “, bode Organizations: New York CNN, New, ABC News, CNN, TMZ, Biden, ABC, The New York Times Locations: New York, New York City
CNN —President Joe Biden will sit down with NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt for an interview that will tape and air next Monday, the network announced. Portions of the interview will first air Monday at 6:30 pm ET on NBC Nightly News. Last week, Biden sat down with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos for a 22-minute interview that drew in more than 8 million viewers. Biden has sat for the fewest number of television interviews as president since President Ronald Reagan, according to data from Professor Martha Joynt Kumar, a presidential scholar who tracks press interactions. The interview with Holt will be Biden’s sixth sit-down with a news network in 2024.
Persons: Joe Biden, Lester Holt, Biden, ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Ronald Reagan, Martha Joynt Kumar, Holt Organizations: CNN, NBC Nightly, Democratic, NBC Locations: Austin , Texas
CNN —President Joe Biden and his advisers keep issuing unequivocal declarations that he’s staying in the 2024 race, but Democrats aren’t hearing it. “Speaker Pelosi fully supports whatever President Biden decides to do,” a spokesperson said in a subsequent statement. “Donald Trump is on track, I think, to win this election, and maybe win it by a landslide, and take with him the Senate and the House,” he told CNN’s Kaitlan Collins. Trump is currently aheadCNN’s Road to 270 assessment of the electoral map shows Trump in position to win the election. “Donald Trump and the Republicans have loved every minute of watching this discussion,” Rep. Debbie Dingell, who represents the battleground state of Michigan, told CNN’s Jessica Dean.
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Joe Biden in 2020. I love Joe Biden. It’s devastating to say it, but the Joe Biden I was with three weeks ago at the fund-raiser was not the Joe “big F-ing deal” Biden of 2010. He wasn’t even the Joe Biden of 2020. But our party leaders need to stop telling us that 51 million people didn’t see what we just saw.
Persons: I’m, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Biden’s, he’s, Joe “, ” Biden, wasn’t, we’ve, George Stephanopoulos Organizations: Democratic, Trump, Air Force
There are also concerns about 78-year-old Republican nominee Donald Trump's fitness for office — registered voters are split on whether he still has the cognitive skills for this job. "I have a cognitive test every single day," he added, alluding to the requirements of his job. Trump continues to boast that he "aced" the basic cognitive tests he took over four years ago, when he was president. These cognitive tests only rule out disease. Doctors themselves have resisted mandatory cognitive tests for older physicians — in part because it's ageist, but also because memory tests don't tell you whether someone is good at their job.
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The ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos apologized on Tuesday night after he was surreptitiously recorded earlier in the day saying he did not believe that President Biden could handle another term in office. His remarks — made in passing to a stranger who approached him on the street — came four days after Mr. Stephanopoulos conducted the only major interview with Mr. Biden since the president’s stumbling debate performance. In a grainy video posted by the gossip site TMZ, Mr. Stephanopoulos can be seen in workout clothes walking on a sidewalk in Midtown Manhattan. An unseen stranger walks up to the anchor but keeps his phone camera angled away; Mr. Stephanopoulos was presumably unaware that the person was recording him. “Do you think Biden should step down?” the stranger asks.
Persons: George Stephanopoulos, Biden, , Stephanopoulos, “ You’ve, Organizations: ABC News Locations: Midtown Manhattan
Read previewJoe Biden is facing mounting pressure to prove he's medically fit to run for a second term, but experts say a cognitive test could set a dangerous precedent. Speaking on CBS's "Face the Nation," Sen. Lindsey Graham said all presidential nominees, including Biden and Trump, should take a cognitive test. Cognitive tests are usually quick and simple and can check for functions such as concentration, abstract thinking, language, and memory. He told ABC's Stephanopoulos on Friday: "I have a cognitive test every single day." According to White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, after Biden's physical in February, his doctors decided he didn't need a cognitive test.
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Jon Stewart thinks Joe Biden may be underestimating the consequences of losing to Donald Trump. Biden said that he could accept defeat "as long as I gave it my all." "There are no participation trophies in endgame democracy," Stewart said. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementPresident Joe Biden says he would be OK with losing to former President Donald Trump in their electoral rematch this November, and Jon Stewart thinks that's a huge problem.
Persons: Jon Stewart, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Biden, Stewart, , that's, George Stephanopoulos Organizations: Service, ABC, Business
President Joe Biden and congressional Democrats increasingly appear to be on a collision course. Reporters are going to be asking any Democratic lawmaker in sight whether they believe Biden should remain their party's nominee against former President Donald Trump. As of Monday morning, five House Democrats have publicly called for Biden to step aside, while two have pointedly said that he can't win. AdvertisementAll of this makes the week ahead extremely important for Biden and the Democratic Party. The worst possible outcome for Biden is that a public consensus emerges among congressional Democrats that he must go, and that party leaders follow suit by issuing calls for him to drop out.
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President Joe Biden arrives to speak to supporters and volunteers during a campaign stop at a Biden-Harris campaign election office in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on July 7, 2024. President Joe Biden defended his place at the top of the Democratic ticket Monday in a surprise television interview on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," after more lawmakers and donors came forward over the weekend with concerns about his reelection bid. "I'm getting so frustrated by the elites in the party" calling on him to step down, the president fumed. Biden insisted to hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski that the concerns of his wealthy backers would not dictate his political future. "I want their support, but that's not the reason I'm running," Biden said.
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Read previewPresident Joe Biden may have brushed aside concerns over his electability, but a former Obama advisor thinks the 81-year-old could be headed for a calamitous defeat this November. "The one person that no one can outrun is Father Time," David Axelrod told CNN's Pamela Brown on Sunday. The presumptive Democratic nominee has faced growing calls for him to step down following a disastrous presidential debate with former President Donald Trump on June 27. — David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) November 5, 2023Axelrod later clarified those comments in an interview with Politico, which was published a week later. Representatives for Biden didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from BI sent outside regular business hours.
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Read previewIf you think President Joe Biden has been looking a lot more orange, you're not alone. Samuel Corum/Getty ImagesAnd Biden's orange glow was apparent on July 3 too, when he was awarding the Medal of Honor to two Civil War soldiers. President Joe Biden speaks to the media on July 1. President Joe Biden speaks during a news conference at the COP26 United Nations climate change conference in Glasgow, Scotland, on November 2, 2021. Representatives for Biden didn't immediately respond to requests for comment from Business Insider sent outside regular business hours.
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Financial markets are slowly starting to absorb the possibility that what was once a toss-up presidential election campaign has taken a notable turn. That has put investors in a quandary of how to handicap what a Trump presidency would look like from an economic and market standpoint. .SPX mountain 2024-06-28 S & P 500 performance since the debate However, the bond market has had a bit more of a reaction. The first Trump presidency and some of his campaign rhetoric nevertheless has led to guesswork about what could be ahead. "This particularly favors financials and there will be an expectation of more M & A approval in a Trump presidency.
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