Jurors were in their second day of deliberations. They spent about 90 minutes deliberating Wednesday before going home.
The case focuses on Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago. Jacqueline Goldberg alleges the "Apprentice" star wooed her into buying properties by promising her a profit-sharing plan, and then reneged after she committed to buy.
In his closing argument Wednesday, Goldberg attorney Shelly Kulwin said Trump had engaged in a bait-and-switch scheme. He also said he found Trump repulsive.
Trump attorney Stephen Novack says such personal attacks reveal an absence of evidence.