President Donald Trump is not required to produce information about women other than Summer Zervos, who says Trump groped her more than a decade ago, who also accuse the president for sexual misconduct for discovery in Zervos’ defamation suit, a state court judge found.

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Jennifer Schecter’s ruling to limit the scope of discovery in Zervos’ suit, in which she alleges that Trump defamed her by calling her a liar, comes as an appeals court continues to mull over a challenge to Zervos’ standing to sue a sitting president in state court.

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