“It’s not good when he does it. Something’s up.” Trump Sons Set to Testify in $250 Million Civil Fraud Case

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The legal proceedings involving a $250 million civil fraud trial are set to intensify as Donald Trump’s sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, prepare to testify. Both brothers, serving as executive vice presidents of the Trump Organization, are central figures in this high-profile case that has the media and public fixated, as reported by Raw Story.

MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” hosts delved into the matter, shedding light on concerns about Donald Trump Jr.’s recent controversial online activities, including videos where he vociferously targets those he perceives as adversaries. Joe Scarborough openly questioned the wisdom of having Trump Jr. lead the testimony due to his unpredictable online behavior.

Scarborough chimed in, “He doesn’t do that much anymore,” to which Brzezinski responded, “It’s not good when he does it. Something’s up.”

Adding to the intrigue, Mika Brzezinski alluded to forthcoming testimonies by Ivanka Trump and the former president himself. These events have led to heightened speculation and anticipation about what insights might be unveiled regarding the Trump Organization’s internal operations and dealings.

With the spotlight firmly on the Trump family, their response to the legal challenges, both inside and outside the courtroom, continues to be a focal point of national attention. As the trial progresses, the stakes are high, not only for the outcome of the case but also for the reputation and legacy of the Trump empire.

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