Former President Trump will appear in a videotaped deposition today as part of a law suit related to a demonstration outside his New York City building during his campaign in 2015, according to a Bronx judge order.
A group of Mexican protestors are alleging they were assaulted outside of Trump Tower by security guards. They were protesting Trump's comments on Latin American immigrants as he ran for president.
The lawsuit names several defendants including Trump, his campaign and his former head of security Keith Schiller.
The former president said in a 2016 affidavit he had no knowledge of the altercation and was not directly involved in hiring security personnel. His attorney had tried to get him out of testifying, but a judge decided his testimony was 'indispensable.'
Trump is in the midst of at least 10 civil lawsuits.
Lawyers for the protesters will question Trump, the former president, whose deposition will be taped inside Trump tower.
Donald Trump was ordered by a Bronx judge to appear for a videotaped deposition on Monday – or by the end of October at the latest – in relation to a protest outside Trump Tower