December 15, 2016

Trump has to testify up to seven hours in January over law suit over criticism of Mexican iimmigrants

Reuters - A Washington judge has ordered Republican President-elect Donald Trump to give a deposition in a lawsuit against celebrity chef Jose Andres stemming from Trump's disparaging remarks about Mexican immigrants. District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Jennifer Di Toro ruled on Wednesday that Trump must testify in New York about Andres' restaurant deal at Trump's luxury Washington hotel. The deposition can last up to seven hours and will take place in the first week of January.

Trump is suing Andres for $10 million over breach of contract after Andres backed out of a plan to open a restaurant in the Trump International Hotel a few blocks from the White House. Andres, who was born in Spain and is a naturalized U.S. citizen, has said he canceled the project after Trump denounced Mexican immigrants in June 2015 as drug dealers and rapists.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

gee whiz should I sue DRUMPF on behalf of my deceased MEXICAN husband - decorated veteran - for DRUMPF'S NASTY anti-Mexican remarks?