Trump ordered to appear for video deposition Oct 18 in lawsuit related to 2015 protest at Trump Tower
Former President Donald Trump has been ordered to give a videotaped deposition in response to allegations that his safety guards assaulted a gaggle of Hispanic protesters at a 2015 rally exterior Trump Tower.
The 4 protesters allege that Trump’s safety guards assaulted them in a “violent attack” and due to this fact infringed on their rights to apply free speech in entrance of Trump’s constructing, according to CNBC.
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“Donald J. Trump shall appear for a deposition October 18, 2021 at 10 a.m. … or, in the event of illness or emergency, on another mutually agreed to date on or before October 31, 2021,” the order from New York Supreme Court twelfth District Judge Doris (*18*), a Democrat, stated.
Trump’s former head of safety, Keith Schiller, can be named in the lawsuit.
Trump is scheduled to give the deposition on Monday from Trump Tower on New York City’s fifth Avenue the place he might be questioned by the plaintiffs’ attorneys.
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“This is a case about Donald Trump’s security guards assaulting peaceful demonstrators on a public sidewalk,” Benjamin Dictor, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, stated.
“We will be taking the trial testimony of Donald Trump, under oath, on Monday after years of the defendants’ dilatory attempts to shield him from this examination. We look forward to presenting the video of Mr. Trump’s testimony to a jury at his trial.”
Trump’s workplace didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark from Fox News.
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