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‘Did You Not Hear Me?’: Judge Shuts Down Trump Lawyer For Flunking Basic Legal Requirement at Trial

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During the defamation suit proceedings against former President Trump, his lawyer Alina Habba questioned E. Jean Carroll’s income, particularly focusing on her earnings from Substack posts and book royalties.

The line of questioning aimed to suggest that Carroll wrote her book after her career declined.

Judge Lewis Kaplan intervened, questioning the relevance of defining “a good amount of money” and expressing dissatisfaction with the approach.

“What’s ‘a good amount of money?'” Kaplan asked. “Evidence 101.”

Habba also inquired about messages Carroll received after her claims were published.

The lawyer’s cross-examination led to sustained objections from Carroll’s attorneys and drew criticism from the federal judge.

“Did you not hear me?” the judge once asked Habba as she spoke.

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