Major news outlets requested a judge release videos of presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump taking questions on his defunct Trump University.
The outlets asked U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel on Friday to release portions of Trump's deposition related to a lawsuit from former students of the university, Politico reported early Saturday.
A motion from the media organizations' attorneys said that Trump hasn't proved how exactly he will be harmed by the videos releasing into the public.
The motion said that Trump has pointed to his business acumen as an important qualifier in his run for president. "Given the undeniable and substantial public interest in these proceedings, the need for transparency could not be greater," the motion said.