President Donald Trump can’t shake a lawsuit filed by a group of protesters who allege they were roughed up in 2015 by the then-candidate’s security detail in front of Trump Tower during a campaign speech.

Bronx Supreme Court Justice Fernando Tapia refused to dismiss the protesters’ claims that Trump, the Trump Organization and Trump’s presidential campaign were vicariously liable for the actions of longtime Trump bodyguard Keith Schiller and other guards named as defendants in the case, finding that Trump “authorized and condoned” the guards’ type of conduct.

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