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R-Ky. announced Tuesday that he is delaying his chamber’s August recess by two weeks – Republican senators were becoming increasingly frustrated with the White House which they blame for Congress’s inability to pass any major legislationA growing number of senators believe that the widening Russia probe as well as the Trump-fueled tumult that seems to dominate nearly every news cycle have stalled their legislative agenda leaving them nothing to offer their constituents by way of achievements when they head home over the breakByPhilip Rucker and Ashley Parker Washington PostSummer Zervos a former contestant on Trump’s reality television show "The Apprentice" and now a California restaurant owner filed her lawsuit against Trump in January three days before his inaugurationIn October 2016 Zervos accused Trump of aggressively kissing her and groping her breasts during a 2007 meeting that took place when she was seeking a job at his company Her lawsuit claims that he made defamatory statements by describing as liars women who came forward last year to accuse him of misconductMarc Kasowitz an attorney for Trump said in a statement that there is "no merit" to her case adding that it "is based on allegations of events that never occurred" He described it as "nothing more than a politically-motivated lawsuit" stemming from accusations made in a news conference weeks before the presidential electionIn the new 36-page legal filing Trump’s attorneys argue that previous legal cases have established "wide latitude" for political speech and that Trump’s comments were effectively campaign rhetoric coming in the context of the heated 2016 presidential campaign"All of the Statements occurred on political forums – a campaign website on Mr Trump’s Twitter account in a presidential debate and at campaign rallies – where the listeners expect to hear public debate taken as political opinion rather than a defamatory statement" they arguedA New York State Supreme Court judge is considering Trump’s motion to have the case thrown outZervos is one of 11 women who spoke out during the 2016 campaign and accused Trump then a Republican presidential candidate of unwanted touching or kissingTrump denied the allegations calling them "pure fiction" and labeling the women "horrible horrible liars" He vowed to sue his accusers and promised evidence that would refute their claims although nearly a year later neither the lawsuits nor such evidence has materializedTrump asked about the Zervos case last month called it "made-up stuff" and "disgraceful" White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said last week that the Trump administration’s official position is that all of Trump’s accusers are lying Through her attorney Gloria Allred Zervos has declined interview requests; Allred said Zervos does not plan to give media interviews during the litigation processAs part of the case Zervos’s attorneys have sought to subpoena documents from Trump’s campaign related to any of the women who have accused him of inappropriate sexual contact The subpoena remains on hold while Trump’s lawyers seek to have the case dismissedHis attorneys previously argued that a sitting US president cannot be sued in state courtIn their new filing Trump’s lawyers cited a New York State Supreme Court judge’s ruling in January dismissing a defamation complaint by Cheryl Jacobus a political strategist and television commentator who claimed that Trump defamed her by insulting her on Twitter That judge found that his statements were not defamatoryThe president’s lawyers argued that Trump had a First Amendment right to call the claims by Zervos and other women false They said that by accusing him of sexual misconduct to the media Zervos was "explicitly soliciting" Trump to engage in the debate in an effort to affect the election"This is a politically-driven action brought against a sitting President for exercising his First Amendment right to speak on political and public matters concerning among other things his own qualifications for President the media’s role in the election process and the tactics of his opponent Hillary Clinton" his attorneys arguedTrump’s attorneys also said that he did not specifically call Zervos a liar"Here Mr Trump was merely defending his character and qualifications for office from the false attacks Ms Zervos leveled against him just a few weeks before the Presidential election" they arguedTrump’s attorneys again asked for the dismissal of Zervos’s suit or a stay in the case while Trump is president saying the claim is a civil action unrelated to his official duties as presidentThe closely watched lawsuit is unfolding amid heightened public scrutiny of allegations of sexual misconduct by powerful menTrump’s accusers’ complaints were made public during the 2016 campaign following the emergence of an "Access Hollywood" video that captured Trump bragging in graphic terms about kissing women and grabbing them by the genitalsAuthor Information:Michelle Ye Hee Lee is a national political enterprise and investigations reporter for The Washington Post? but maintains that he is innocent of any wrongdoing."When I first started,’s aviation business and a division of France’s Safran SA,Trudeau said Canada was enforcing immigration rules. 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inflicting bodily injuries on them as a result of severe flogging. Ekweremadu stressed. Trump has an opportunity to be a unifying force and I believe his humble acceptance speech was a great beginning.” Hon Abike Dabiri-Erewa senior special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora has again condemned the incessant extra judicial killing of Nigerians living in South Africa She said the continuous killings showed that South African government was downplaying possible retaliation by Nigeria In a statement on Saturday by her special assistant on media Abdurrahman Balogun the presidential aide said “this is one death too many” She said diplomatic talks between Nigeria and South Africa to put an early warning signal in place “doesn’t seem to be working” Recall that the Nigeria Union in South Africa confirmed the killing of another member Kingsley Ikeri at Vryheid town in Kwazulu Natal Province of South Africa on August 30 Ikeri 27 a businessman and native of Mbaitolu in Imo State is the second Imo indigene to be so killed in the last two weeks Reacting Dabiri-Erewa described the latest extra judicial killing of another Nigerian in South Africa as “worrying and condemnable” She said that the latest gruesome killing of Ikeri by the Police in South Africa is “unacceptable to the people and government of Nigeria” While reiterating President Buhari’s calls to Nigerians to avoid crimes like drug peddling which attracts stiff penalties sometimes death she lamented that the latest incident has increased the number of Nigerians killed in South Africa through extrajudicial means in one year “The barbaric behaviour of the perpetrators is not only unacceptable but also calls for urgent attention by diplomatic authorities in Nigeria and South Africa” she said Dabiri-Erewa urged the South African government to ensure that justice prevails by carrying out investigation and bring the culprit to book She reiterated her calls to Nigerians living abroad to always respect the laws of their host countries and be good ambassadors of Nigeria “My heart goes out to the families of the deceased and pray God to grant the departed soul eternal rest” the SSA prayed Dabiri-Erewa had in February during a meeting in Abuja with South Africa High Commissioner Mr Lulu Louis Mnguni said a total of 116 Nigerians have been killed in South Africa through extrajudicial means in the last two years Seven in 10 of the killings were carried out by the South African Police Schmid told the jury that Jourdain did stab Fisherman, One of the stab wounds to Fisherman’s legs cut her femoral vein.

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