New York County Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron on Wednesday ordered that Eric Trump, President Donald Trump’s son, must sit for a deposition with attorneys from the New York Attorney General’s Office by Oct. 7, despite requests from his attorneys for a delay until after the November election.

New York state Attorney General Letitia James sued Eric Trump, the Trump Organization, several related businesses and two attorneys in August, asking Engoron to compel the defendants to comply with subpoenas for documents and testimony.

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