NBC News reports:
Eric Trump must testify in response to a subpoena from the New York Attorney General’s office before the presidential election as part of a probe of President Donald Trump’s company, a judge ordered Wednesday.
Eric Trump, who is the president’s middle son and a top executive in the Trump Organization, must testify no later than Oct. 7, Judge Arthur Engoron ruled after a hearing in Manhattan Supreme Court.
Attorney General Letitia James last month had filed an action with the court seeking Eric Trump’s compliance with the subpoena after she said he reneged on an agreement to testify this summer.
#BREAKING: A judge just ruled that Eric Trump can no longer delay an interview under oath with my office as part of our ongoing investigation into financial dealings of the Trump Organization.
Eric Trump must interview with my office by October 7th, 2020.
— NY AG James (@NewYorkStateAG) September 23, 2020