The ruling by a federal court follows its October dismissal of the porn actress' defamation suit against the president.
Julie Swetnick's lawyer, Michael Avenatti, says he "fully vetted" her and that prior court cases don't alter the credibility of her claims about the Supreme Court nominee.
The mounting allegations of sexual assault against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, demand a thorough FBI investigation, not a rush to judgment.
The alleged victim has accused the Trump nominee of targeting girls with alcohol and drugs during his days at Georgetown Prep.
Julie Swetnick alleges that the nominee "engage[d] in excessive drinking and inappropriate contact of a sexual nature with women in the early 1980s."
In reaction to the allegation—denied by the judge in a White House statement—Sen. Feinstein has demanded a postponement in the confirmation process.
Summer Zervos is about to achieve what Robert Mueller, Michael Avenatti and Stormy Daniels have so far failed to do.
The president notes in his financial report released Wednesday that he "fully reimbursed" personal attorney Michael Cohen as much as $250,000 for unspecified expenses.
Michael Avenatti also says large sums were put into the former Trump lawyer's account by companies with U.S. government business interests. AT&T confirms its tie to Cohen, and AP says documents appear to back Avenatti's allegations.