NBC News reports:
Former President Donald Trump has been ordered to answer questions under oath in a lawsuit Monday, and his attorneys could set a date for a deposition in another case, as well.
The lawsuits, involving allegations that his security guards roughed up protesters outside Trump Tower in New York and allegations of defamation by former “Apprentice” contestant Summer Zervos, respectively, are just two cases in the mass of civil litigation Trump faces post-presidency.
At least 10 civil cases are pending against Trump, whose ability to delay them has been curtailed since he left office in January. Trump had argued in some of the cases that as a sitting president he was immune from civil lawsuits.His office didn’t respond to a request for comment on the cases.
Read the full article. At the link you’ll find a recap of some of the cases, which includes civil actions by Mary Trump, writer E. Jean Carroll, and a group of investors who say they were scammed by the Trump family.
Former President Trump has been ordered to answer questions under oath in a lawsuit, and his attorneys could set a date for a deposition in another case, as well. https://t.co/uDc66zUa9T
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 18, 2021