Donald Trump, Don. Jr. and Ivanka to testify in NY AG probe
The Trumps reportedly have until Monday to file for a stay
Former President Donald Trump and his two eldest children agreed to appear to testify next month in New York Attorney General Letitia James' probe into the Trump Organization.
A stipulation filed Wednesday shows that the former president, Donald Trump Jr., and Ivanka Trump will sit for depositions starting on July 15 unless New York's highest court intervenes, ABC News reported.
Judge Arthur Engoron ruled in February that the Trumps must comply with the Democratic attorney general's subpoena.
The family appealed and an appellate court ruled in May that the subpoenas were not politically motivated.
The Trumps have until Monday to file for a stay, according to Wednesday's stipulation.
The former president has clashed with James before over the probe. He previously called her an "operative for the Democratic Party," and said the investigation is "the greatest Witch Hunt of all time, by a failed Attorney General who continues to use her office for political gain following a disastrous and embarrassing attempt to run for Governor."