A New York judge in September ordered President Trump to give a videotaped deposition in a lawsuit that was filed by protesters of ‘Mexican origin’ who claim they were physically attacked outside of Trump Tower in 2015.

The six Mexican protesters sued Donald Trump, the Trump Organization, Trump’s campaign and his security crew.

Here is the video from the September 2015 Trump Tower rally.

The Mexican protesters were dressed as KKK members.

Trump appeared in a video deposition Monday after being sued by the Mexicans following the protest.

The constant assaults on President Trump never end. Who else could endure such an onslaught?
God help him.

President Trump released a statement on Monday following the deposition.

More from Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington.

“Seeing this for what it is, prior to my deposition today, the Court dismissed almost all of the plaintiffs’ claims—except for a baseless claim for injuries they never suffered, and the temporary loss of a worthless cardboard sign which was soon thereafter returned to them.

— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) October 18, 2021

“After years of litigation, I was pleased to have had the opportunity to tell my side of this ridiculous story—Just one more example of baseless harassment of your favorite President.” — Donald J. Trump

— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) October 18, 2021

The post Trump Releases Statement Following Deposition in Bogus Mexican KKK Protester Lawsuit – “A Baseless Claim for Injuries They Never Suffered – And Worthless Carboard Sign” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.


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