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Trump will report on the 2015 incident on Monday

In September 2015, a group of people expressed their dissatisfaction with Trump’s comments regarding Mexican immigrants. The protesters were allegedly attacked by Trump’s bodyguards on the sidewalk in front of Trump Tower.

Former US President Donald Trump will testify under oath about the 2015 incident on Monday, October 18, when members of his bodyguard intervened against protesters in front of Trump Tower in Manhattan.

NBC News reported on its website on Thursday.

A request to initiate criminal proceedings was filed in 2015 by a group of protesters who claimed they were invaded by Trump’s bodyguards. NCB News remembers it as one of at least ten civil suits against Trump.

Trump’s lawyers tried to prevent the former president (2017-2021) from resigning. In 2019, they claimed that Trump was too busy with his presidential duties.

Trump’s lawyer did not respond to NBC News’ request for a statement.

In September 2015, a group of people expressed their dissatisfaction with Trump’s comments regarding Mexican immigrants. The protesters were allegedly attacked by Trump’s bodyguards on the sidewalk in front of Trump Tower.

In 2016, Trump said in an affidavit that he should not be heard because he knew nothing about the skirmish and was not involved in the process of recruiting his security guards.

Lawyers for the protesters said Trump was responsible for the actions of its employees. The court ordered his hearing, which he described as “essential.”

Trump appealed the order, and the appeals court decided to postpone the hearing until it considers Trump’s attorney’s allegations that the incumbent president failed to testify in a civil dispute. NBC News said the appeals court rejected the appeal this year.

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