Video of never-before-seen Trump testimony to be shown as early as next May: report
President Donald Trump speaking in front of the White House on an unspecified day (screengrab).

Video testimony delivered by former President Donald Trump earlier this fall could be shown as soon as next May, Business Insider reports.

The deposition was taken as part of a lawsuit filed by protesters who claim they were physically assaulted by Trump security guards while demonstrating outside Trump Tower in 2015.

According to Business Insider, a judge has set a trial date for the lawsuit in May, where video of the deposition will likely be seen for the first time.

Trump reportedly testified for four hours during the deposition, although it's not clear what specifics he was asked at that time.

In addition to the former president, the protesters are also suing the Trump Organization, his campaign, and members of his security team.