On a consequential day in the presidency of Donald Trump, including news that his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was found guilty of bank and tax fraud and his former personal attorney Michael Cohen pled guilty to violating campaign finance laws by paying hush money to women, Apprentice season five contestant Summer Zervos has told a New York judge that Trump is refusing to produce documents or information concerning his sexual conduct towards women.
Zervos sued Trump in January 2017 just days before Trump took his oath of office. She alleges that Trump defamed her during the 2016 presidential campaign by denying her accusations of a decade-old sexual assault with a tweet how it was "100% fabricated and made-up." On Tuesday, Zervos' attorneys asked a New York state judge to order Trump to comply with discovery requests.
In an attempt to boost her case, Zervos is probing Trump's relationship with women. That includes about a dozen other accusers who told The New York Times in 2016 that they, too, experienced inappropriate sexual behavior from Trump. But it also now includes women, including Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal, who agreed to confidentiality around their own affairs with Trump.
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