Bronx judge orders Trump to give videotaped statement in protest lawsuit
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On October 18, President Trump was ordered to make a videotaped statement on October 18 in a lawsuit filed by a group of Mexican protesters who claim to have been attacked outside Trump Tower New York over Trump’s comments about foreigners. illegal.
Remember, President Trump said that some of the illegal aliens crossing the border from Mexico are rapists.
The media lied and claimed that Trump said that all Mexicans are rapists.
A group of Mexicans sued Trump, claiming his comments about illegal aliens from Mexico were behind the 2015 Trump Tower storming.
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ABC News reported:
Former President Donald Trump is due to appear for a videotaped deposition next week as part of a lawsuit involving his anti-immigrant rhetoric, a judge in the Bronx ordered.
A group of Mexican protesters said they were attacked during a demonstration in front of Trump Tower in September 2015 over the then-candidate’s comments that Mexican immigrants were criminals and rapists.
The lawsuit named Trump, his campaign, his former security chief Keith Schiller and others.
“Donald J. Trump will appear for a deposition on October 18, 2021 at 10 am … or, in the event of illness or emergency, on another mutually agreed date on or before October 31, 2021,” said the warrant for Judge Doris González.
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