New York law is clear: Trump must appear in court -- but chances are he won't
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Typically, when someone is being sued they have to appear in court, but President Donald Trump’s upcoming trial in New York might not include the defendant-in-chief. The Washington Post reported Thursday that New York law is clear when it comes to a defendant being subpoenaed for trial testimony. His attorneys are telling him to ignore it, however. Five Mexican protesters allege that as a candidate, Trump’s 2015 security team assaulted them. The defendants include Trump,

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