Former President Donald Trump must undergo questioning in a defamation lawsuit filed by a former contestant on The Apprentice.

Former contestant Summer Zervos filed the suit after Trump denied her sexual assault allegations.

Zervos’ lawyer Moira Penza said: “He [Trump] cannot delay this case any longer,” referring to a New York state judge giving Trump a Dec. 23 deadline to submit to a deposition.

Trump’s new lawyer, Alina Habba, said the court “made its position clear today – Ms. Zervos must comply with the court’s directive and produce all relevant and outstanding discovery. In the meantime, we will be vigorously defending the President against this frivolous lawsuit.”

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Back in 2016, Zervos claimed Trump subjected her to unwanted kissing and groping in 2007 when she asked him for career advice.

Trump dismissed these allegations as “lies” and a “hoax.”

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