There have been further developments in the New York civil fraud trial against Donald Trump, with the former president’s daughter Ivanka Trump set to testify on November 8.The trial stems from a lawsuit filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James in 2022, accusing the 77-year-old and top executives at the Trump Organization of conspiring to increase his net worth by billions of dollars on financial statements provided to banks and insurers to make deals and secure loans.
‘Ivanka taking the stand is bad for Trump, because she’s the only one that can actually stand,’ Meyers continued, before jumping to a photograph of Trump with Ivanka, Eric and Donald Jr.’I mean, look at this,’ he told the audience. ‘She’s the only one with anything close to normal posture.’Why do the rest of them stand like they forgot to take the hanger out of their shirts. They all look like they’re trying to hide something under their jackets.
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