Ivanka Trump must testify in N.Y. civil case, court rules
The big picture: Ivanka Trump's testimony was postponed to Nov. 8 to enable her to appeal the judge's order for her to testify in the case, but the Manhattan-based court rejected her motion for a stay.
- She was earlier this year dismissed as a defendant in the $250 million lawsuit, which N.Y. Attorney General Letitia James also brought against the Trump Organization and her brothers Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. after the appeals court said the claims against her were outdated.
- The former president and his adult sons, who are executives in the family firm, deny any wrongdoing in the case.
What's next: Eric Trump was set to resume his testimony in the case on Friday.
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Editor's note: This article has been updated with further context.