REPORT: Judge orders Trump to answer questions under oath in protesters’ case
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A New York judge on Friday ordered President Donald Trump to answer questions under oath for a civil suit in the Bronx involving his security guards.
State Supreme Court Justice Doris Gonzalez ordered Trump to “appear for a videotaped deposition prior to the trial.”
The article goes on to state the following:
The trial, which involves a group of protesters who allege they were assaulted by Trump’s security guards outside Trump Tower during a 2015 protest over the then-candidate’s comments about Mexican immigrants — some of which was caught on video — is slated to begin on Thursday, Sept. 26.
A New York judge orders President Trump to answer questions under oath in a civil suit case involving his security guards. https://t.co/7w0P31h5mO
— NBC News (@NBCNews) September 20, 2019
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