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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JANUARY 25: E. Jean Carroll leaves Manhattan Federal Court for her civil defamation trial against former U.S. President Donald Trump on January 25, 2024 in New York City. Days after winning the New Hampshire primary, Trump took the stand to testify in his civil defamation trial after the trial was adjourned for several days due to an illness by a juror. The trial is to determine how much money in damages he must pay Carroll after public comments made both while he was president and after the jury’s verdict in May. Carroll was awarded $5 million in damages in May from the previous lawsuit. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

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Jean Carroll leaves Manhattan Federal Court for her civil defamation trial against former U.S. President Donald Trump on January 25, 2024 in New York City. Days after winning the New Hampshire primary, Trump took the stand to testify in his civil defamation trial after the trial was adjourned for several days due to an illness by a juror. The trial is to determine how much money in damages he must pay Carroll after public comments made both while he was president and after the jury’s verdict in May. Carroll was awarded $5 million in damages in May from the previous lawsuit. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

OAN’s Rayana Unutoa
5:30 PM –Thursday, January 25, 2024

Former President Donald Trump briefly took to the stand in the defamation damages case between writer E. Jean Carroll and himself.

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The jury returned to the New York court on Thursday. In front of the jurors, the 45th president testified for about five minutes in his defense.

Carroll is currently seeking $10 million in damages, claiming that Trump destroyed her reputation.

However, she also admitted that she was being attacked online previously before Trump’s denial.

The former president stuck by his prior claim of never having met Carroll and told the court that he never instructed anyone to hurt her.

“No, I just wanted to defend myself, my family and frankly, the presidency,” Trump maintained.

Additionally, Trump’s attorney, Alina Habba, asked her client if he stands by his testimony in his deposition.

“100%, yes,” Trump replied.

Trump’s defense rested its case after his quick testimony. Closing arguments are set to take place on Friday.

The 45th president has already been ordered to pay Carroll $5 million dollars.

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