LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Sheldon Adelson's bickering with a judge turned into something of a running joke as the casino mogul took the witness stand for a second day in a breach of contract case in Las Vegas.
After being told he needed to ask permission before taking notes, the GOP super donor told the judge on Friday, -- quote -- "I think you have something in common with my wife."
Hong Kong businessman Richard Suen is suing Las Vegas Sands for $328 million he says he is owed for working behind the scenes to help win a gambling license in the Chinese enclave of Macau.
Adelson on Friday repeatedly dismissed Suen's worth an advocate and businessman. The Sands CEO also repeatedly claimed ignorance of letters and meetings appearing to show the makings of a deal with Suen.
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