Ivanka Trump Ordered to Testify in Dad’s Civil Fraud Trial

New York. A New York judge hearing Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial on Friday ordered his daughter Ivanka to testify in the case. Trump and his sons, Eric and Don Jr., are accused of defrauding the Trump Organization by inflating the value of its real estate and financial assets over the years. Trump, however, denied the allegations.

Ivanka Trump was initially named in a lawsuit brought by the New York attorney general against Trump and his two eldest sons. Judge Arthur Engoron rejected an attempt by Trump’s lawyers to quash the subpoena issued to Ivanka Trump by Attorney General Letitia James but gave her until November 1 to appeal the decision.

Ivanka Trump served as a senior adviser to her father, Donald Trump. She left her role at the Trump Organization in January 2017, when her father became president and both she and her husband, Jared Kushner, took positions in his administration.

“On the Trump civil fraud case, which is facing several major criminal proceedings, Trump said,” “I’m going to court tomorrow morning to fight for my name and reputation.” “This is all a show.’

Trump is expected to face several major criminal proceedings in the coming months. He is due to appear before a federal judge in Washington. He will then appear back in New York state court on a felony hush money charge. Trump will then move to a Florida federal court over the alleged mishandling of the documents. Not only this, but Trump will also have to answer in the court of Georgia for trying to change the 2020 election results in his favour.

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