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Eric Trump testified on Friday that he relied on accountants and lawyers to verify the accuracy of financial documents that a judge has ruled to be fraudulent, in a trial that threatens to hobble his father Donald Trump’s real estate empire.

His testimony wrapped up before noon. Up next is Donald Trump, who is scheduled to take the witness stand on Monday.

In a second day on the witness stand, the former US president’s second son was confronted with evidence showing that he had signed off on the accuracy of his father’s financial statements when securing loans for trophy properties including the Trump National Doral golf club in Florida.


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