Trump’s summer plans include 7-hour interrogation in fraud suit | app

Former President Donald Trump has agreed to be questioned under oath for up to seven a.m. in a class action lawsuit over his years promoting a struggling multilevel marketing company that sold video phones Office.

Trump’s sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, as well as his daughter, Ivanka Trump, will also be deposed for seven hours each, attorneys for all involved said in a letter to a judge. Hope Hicks, a former Trump adviser, and Rhona Graff, Trump’s longtime personal executive aide, will also be interviewed. Most depositions will take place in June and July, according to the filing.

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