Donald Trump Jr. was deposed on Feb. 11 as part of a probe of alleged misuse of contributions for the 2017 inauguration of his father, former President Donald Trump, court records show.
Donald Jr.’s testimony “raised further questions about the nature of” an invoice related to the inauguration, “and revealed evidence that Defendants had not yet produced to the District,” according to the court filing Tuesday by D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine’s office in Washington Superior Court.
The deposition came two months after Donald Jr.’s sister, former White House advisor Ivanka Trump, herself was deposed in the case.
Racine last year sued the Trump Inaugural Committee, the Trump Organization and the Trump International Hotel for what he called “blatantly and unlawfully abusing nonprofit funds to enrich the Trump family.”
The attorney general said at the time that an investigation by his office “revealed that the Inaugural Committee made exorbitant and unlawful payments to the Trump Hotel to…
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