- A judge fined Donald Trump $10,000 for violating his gag order after the former president took the stand in his New York civil trial Wednesday to answer questions about his comments outside the courtroom.
- Trump later stormed out of the courtroom after it appeared his former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen may have backtracked on testimony that he and former Trump Org. CFO Allen Weisselberg would manipulate documents based on what the former president wanted his net worth to reflect.
- In the $250 million lawsuit, New York Attorney General Letitia James alleges Trump and his co-defendants committed repeated fraud in inflating assets on financial statements to get better terms on commercial real estate loans and insurance policies. The case is civil, not criminal, but threatens Trump's business in New York.
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