Ivanka Deposed Over Claims Inaugural Funds Went To Family

By Dave Simpson (December 2, 2020, 11:05 PM EST) -- The District of Columbia deposed Ivanka Trump — the president's daughter and adviser — on Tuesday as part of its D.C. Superior Court suit accusing the Trump inaugural committee of funneling money to Trump companies, according to discovery updates filed by the D.C. attorney general.

D.C.'s attorney general said the 58th Presidential Inaugural Committee racked up a total bill of $1.03 million and paid the Trump International Hotel unreasonably high rates to rent event spaces that weren't needed or were used to host private events for the president's children.

"The inaugural committee staffers ... and members of the Trump family all...

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