The Daily BS • Bo Snerdley Cuts Through It!

Get my Daily BS twice-a-day news stack directly to your email.

Feisty Trump lawyer shares videos judge excluded, says E. Jean Carroll will get ‘ZERO’ and pay Trump’s legal bills


Former President Donald Trump’s lawyer vowed he will not have to pay the stunning $83 million judgment in the defamation case against him by writer E. Jean Carroll.

Attorney Alina Habba ripped into Carroll as “crazy” on a recent edition of the Patrick Bet-David podcast, vowing that the woman who accused Trump of raping her decades ago would see “zero” of the staggering amount.

Trump was sued for defamation by Carroll and has maintained his innocence in her allegations, as he appeals the defamation verdict saying at a rally last month that she has made “false accusations” against him.

“I just posted a $91 million bond, $91 million on a fake story, totally made-up story,” he told the crowd in Georgia. “Ninety-one million based on false accusations made about me by a woman that I knew nothing about, didn’t know, never heard of, I know nothing about her.”

The host of the “PBD Podcast” asked Trump’s lawyer in the case about the ruling by Judge Lewis Kaplan and the bombshell figure the presumptive 2024 Republican nominee was ordered to pay.

“How much of the 83 million is she going to see?” Bet-David asked.

“Zero! Zero. And then I’m going to sue for attorney’s fees,” Habba replied, prompting the host to exclaim, “Oh, I can’t wait for that.”

“She can’t buy her friends — oh, I watched that. I said I said, Reid Hoffman, I hope you’re watching. DNC. I hope you’re watching. This is the person. This is the person you picked? She. Look, I couldn’t talk about her cat’s name. I couldn’t talk about that,” Habba said, referring to Carroll’s comments about what she planned to do with the money.

The lawyer contended that Carroll’s description of Trump’s sexual assault and her remarks about her cat’s name were enough to prove she was “crazy.”

“At issue for Trump has been Carroll’s allegation that he raped her during an encounter in the dressing room of a New York department store in the 1990s and then defamed her by calling her account a ‘hoax’ and a ‘con job,'” NBC News reported in March. “In May, a jury did not find Trump liable for the alleged rape but awarded Carroll $5 million after finding the former president liable for sexually abusing and defaming her.”