DC Gunning To Depose Ivanka, Gates Over Inaugural Funds

Law360 (June 29, 2020, 7:56 PM EDT) -- The District of Columbia fired back at the Trump inaugural committee's bid to shield Ivanka Trump, Rick Gates and eight others with connections to the president from being deposed by August as part of a suit accusing the organization of funneling money to Trump companies.

The district's attorney general's office, which sued the committee in January for "grossly" paying $1.03 million in charitable funds to the Trump International Hotel for inauguration event spaces, argued that the organization cannot use its pending dismissal motion to justify halting discovery, according to a June 25 D.C. Superior Court filing. Judicial precedent, the office asserted, has...

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