New York, NY - The courtroom drama in Manhattan's civil fraud trial involving former President Donald Trump took a compelling turn today as Allen Weisselberg, the former Trump Organization chief financial officer, prepared to testify. Weisselberg, who is also a defendant in the case, is expected to shed light on his role in signing off on inflated property valuations in Trump's financial statements. His anticipated defense? Allegations that he was merely following orders from his long-time boss.
The trial, which has garnered nationwide attention, centers on allegations of financial misconduct related to Trump's business dealings. . .