Trump's lawyers are desperately filing all sort of delaying motions to avoid Trump providing a DNA sample, which would either clear him or prove that he did rape the woman who is suing him.
For reasons we can all understand. Their problem is that the recent Supreme Court decision in Trump vs Vance establishes that a president is not about the law, and can be compelled to testify.
Should be interesting, when it's settled.Because the United States Supreme Court has made it clear that Presidents are not exempt from giving testimony in civil cases, we fully expect that Defendant will testify in a timely manner. President Clinton made time to testify under oath about allegations of sexual harassment, and so President Trump can surely make time to testify about allegations of sexual assault and defamation. His testimony about what he did (and what he said) will strike to the very heart of the case and offer evidence that cannot be obtained from any other sources. He is obviously required to provide it.
“We are hopeful that [Trump] now recognizes, as did Judge Saunders, that Trump v. Vance leaves no doubt that his claim to presidential immunity necessarily fails,” the letter concludes. “If you intend to appeal Judge Saunders’ decision to the First Department, however, please let us know when you would like to meet and confer about such an appeal.”