Trump Trial Takeaways: Another Gag Order, Explosive Witness Testimony and More Debates To Delay Through Next November
Trump Organization assistant vice president Patrick Birney agreed that former chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg told him that Trump wanted to puff up his net worth on his statements of financial condition–testimony that supports a key piece of James’ case.
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Judge threatens to imprison Trump for violating gag order in New York fraud trial
Judge Arthur Engoron said in a filing on Friday that the court is fining Trump $5,000 for leaving up "an untrue and disparaging post about my clerk" on his campaign website.www.nbcnews.com
Within a single day, Trump’s ex-attorney-turned-nemesis Michael Cohen admitted to lying under oath in a different case. The presiding judge unexpectedly forced the former president to take the witness stand, declared his brief testimony “not credible,” and fined Trump $10,000 for violating a sanctions order while leaving open the possibility of jail time if it happens again.
Then shortly later, Trump stormed out of court for unrelated reasons, muttering “unbelievable” multiple times after the judge refused to throw out the lawsuit threatening his business empire on the spot.
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