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Trump invokes Fifth amendment 440 times during civil deposition

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Former President Donald Trump repeatedly declined to answer questions during a deposition over his business practices Wednesday. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports for TODAY on what the former President’s lawyer is saying, as well as an update on what led the FBI to search his Mar-a-Lago home.

Trump’s legal team was in talks with DOJ this spring over records stored at Mar-a-Lago, attorney says