(FixThisNation.com) – Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to testify on Dec. 11, in the New York Civil Fraud trial against him. He will be the last witness in the defense’s case.
On Monday, Trump’s attorney Chris Kise revealed that the former President would be taking the stand. As Trump will be called by the defense, he is likely going to get a much greater chance to set the narrative and share his opinions regarding this case. However, the state’s Attorney General Letitia James’s (D) office is also going to be cross-examining him and questioning every statement he makes.
The last time that Trump took the stance as a witness in the case that accuses him, his two adult sons, and his business of fraud was particularly dynamic, as his testimony included the former President defending his business practices while also attacking those responsible for bringing the case against him.
Trump has often stated that the case against him is politically motivated and has claimed that Judge Arthur Engoron who is overseeing the case is a Trump hater.
During his testimony on November 6, Trump had argued that he was certain the judge would be ruling against him, as he had always done so. Throughout his testimony, the former President frequently attacked the judge and others, which resulted in Engoron needing to object often as Trump tried to make stump speeches while on the witness stand.
At one point Engoron had instructed Kise to control Trump, arguing that this was not a political rally.
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