Trump to testify in university fraud trialLos Angeles Times.
Jury selection in the case, which is expected to last four weeks or longer, is set to begin on 28 November. Trump's attorney said the billionaire businessman plans to attend as much of the trial as possible – and testify.
US District Judge Gonzalo P Curiel in San Diego said his top priority was making sure jurors would be able to evaluate the case and render a verdict based strictly on evidence rather than on influences related to events surrounding the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. Plaintiffs claim that they paid thousands of dollars for a programme that was worthless, something Trump denies.
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