In a Friday ruling, a U.S. district court judge delayed Donald Trump's testimony in a federal class-action trial accusing the presumptive GOP presidential candidate and his now-defunct Trump University of defrauding those who paid up to $35,000 for a real-estate program. U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel set a new trial start date for Nov. 28, several weeks after the general election. According to Trump's attorneys, Trump plans to attend and testify at the California iteration. The three lawsuits, two pending in federal court in San Diego and one in state court in New York City, claim that Trump University lied about instructors being well-versed and experienced in real-estate and hand-picked by Trump. The New York version of the Trump U. trial is still set to begin before the election.