What the Trump civil trial could mean for legal accountability in sexual violence cases

In Manhattan, the cross-examination of E. Jean Carroll continued Monday. She has accused former President Trump of raping her in a department store in the mid-90s and is suing him. The trial is closely watched, not just because of the high-profile defendant, but for what it could mean for legal accountability in cases of sexual violence. Amna Nawaz discussed the case with Laura Beth Nielsen.

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