Donald Trump to Report for Jury Duty

Donald Trump
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally and picnic, Saturday, July 25, 2015, in Oskaloosa, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)AP

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By Katy Tur

The man known for telling people “You’re Fired” may soon need to decide whether to tell someone “You’re Guilty.”

Donald Trump will report for jury duty in Manhattan on Monday, his campaign confirmed to NBC News.

Trump, who is leading the Republican presidential primary race, will head to court after a busy weekend on the campaign trail. The former reality TV star will be in New Hampshire Friday evening, and will then head to Iowa for the state fair.

The New York Daily News reported Trump received a $250 fine earlier this year for missing five jury summonses since 2006.

Trump's call to potentially serve on a jury is just the latest twist in what has been a whirlwind presidential campaign. The real-estate mogul still leads in early voting states, even after a high-profile spat with Fox News host Megyn Kelly following the first GOP presidential debate last week.

He will appear on NBC News' "Meet The Press" this Sunday.

-- NBC's Andrew Rafferty contributed to this report