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Donald Trump’s sons Don Jr. and Eric set to testify at fraud trial that threatens family’s empire

By MICHAEL R. SISAK
Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump’s eldest sons, who took over day-to-day management of his real estate empire when he became president, are scheduled to testify in the New York civil fraud case that threatens their company’s future. Donald Trump Jr. is expected to testify Wednesday and Eric Trump on Thursday, kicking off a blockbuster stretch as the trial in New York Attorney General Letitia James’ lawsuit enters its second month. James, a Democrat, alleges Donald Trump, his company and top executives exaggerated his wealth on financial statements that were given to banks, insurers and others to secure loans and make deals. Trump is slated to testify Monday, followed by his eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, on Nov. 8. The Trumps have denied wrongdoing.

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