Donald Trump's Lawyers Met With Trump In Pairs To Avoid Being Lied To

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Date Originated: October of 2016
Categories: Donald Trump
In a 1993 lawsuit filing, Donald Trump's bankruptcy lawyer Patrick T. McGhan admitted in a testimony that Trump's lawyers made it a point to met with Trump in pairs, to avoid Donald Trump being able to lie about what was said or what happened in the meeting, after the fact. Here is just part of the '93 transcript: McGhan - "It’s always been our practice to make sure two people are present, and we don’t have a problem of people lying." Question: "You are meeting with your client?" McGhan: "That’s right. Our client. Hey, Trump is a leader in the field of expert—he’s an expert at interpreting things. Let’s put it that way."
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