Trump’s NY fraud trial resumes, as Donald Tump Jr. takes the stand

Foiled in their long-shot bid for an early verdict, Donald Trump’s lawyers will start calling witnesses of their own Nov. 13 in the New York civil fraud trial that threatens the former president’s real estate empire.

First up: Donald Trump Jr., who’ll be returning to the witness stand two weeks after state lawyers quizzed him during a major stretch of the trial that also featured testimony from his father and siblings Eric and Ivanka Trump. 

Mr. Trump’s oldest son, a Trump Organization executive vice president, originally testified on Nov. 1 and 2. He said he never worked on the annual financial statements at the heart of New York Attorney General Letitia James’ lawsuit. He said he relied on the company’s longtime finance chief and outside accounts to verify their accuracy.

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