Donald Trump to Appear for Jury Duty in NYC
A judge fined the billionaire $250 for ignoring five jury summons since 2006.
HAMPTON, N.H. (AP) — Donald Trump's status as the Republican presidential frontrunner can't keep him from jury duty.
Trump is taking a break from the campaign trail Monday to appear for jury duty in New York City. He says he's "looking forward to appearing."
Trump confirmed the summons on Friday before a campaign rally in New Hampshire, home of the first presidential primary.
The New York Daily News reported in June that Trump had ignored five jury summonses since 2006. A judge fined the billionaire $250.