Trump withdraws lawsuit against NY attorney general


Former President Donald Trump withdrew a lawsuit Friday against New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) who sought to protect his credibility. James, who is pursuing a $250 million government claim against Trump in more than a decade of fraud allegations business process.

“The Plaintiff, PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP, through his undersigned attorney and pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 41(a)(1)(A)(i), and voluntarily dismiss her claims in this lawsuit against the defendant, LETITIA JAMES, without prejudice,” the statement said. A one-page document was filed in the US District Court for the Southern District. of Florida.

The move came a day after news broke that US District Judge Donald M. Middlebrooks had fined Trump and his attorney, Alina Habba, nearly $1 million for the criminal settlement. The lawsuit was filed against his 2016 running mate Hillary Clinton etc.

In his 46-page lawsuit, Middlebrooks called the lawsuit against James one of those that showed “a pattern of judicial abuse” by Trump.

Earlier this month, a judge control that is Jacob $250 million claim against Trump will move forward, calling the Trump team’s arguments “nonsensical.”

At issue is the lawsuit James filed in September against Trump; three of his older children were company leaders; its chief financial officer is Allen Weisselberg; and the company after a multi-year search. New York Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron has set a court date for October for hearing the civil case.

The lawsuit, which could effectively damage the Trump Organization’s ability to do business in New York, accuses the family-run real estate, golf and hotel chain of intentionally defrauding people. creditors, insurers and tax authorities in order to get the best loans and reduce his tax. liabilities by using the estimated assets from 2011 to 2021.

Trump’s lawsuit, which was withdrawn in Florida, charged that James “abused his position as Attorney General for the State of New York to pursue a vendetta against President Trump.”

Trump has filed similar claims against James in state and federal courts in New York.

Last May, a federal judge in Syracuse, NY was fired Trump cried against James — who said his long-running federal investigation into his business practices was an abuse of power that needed to stop.

The former president’s attempt to stop James’ investigation into the Trump Organization and its dealings with lenders and tax authorities. refused in a 43-page decision by US District Judge Brenda K. Sannes.

In a statement, James said his office will “continue this investigation relentlessly,” suggesting Trump made efforts to “select how the law applies” to him.

Middlebrooks, in his decision published late Thursday, wrote that Trump is a “strong and intelligent person who uses the courts to take revenge on political enemies.”

“He is the epitome of abuse of court, and he cannot be seen as a judge who blindly follows the advice of a lawyer. He was fully aware of the impact of his actions,” Middlebrooks said. “So, I know that punishment should be imposed on Mr. Trump and his attorney general, Ms. Habba.”

Trump – who’s who announced his bid for the presidency in 2024 — Habba, and the law firm of Habba Madaio & Associates are jointly liable for $937,989.39, the court found.

Representatives for Trump and Habba did not immediately respond to an overnight request for comment from The Washington Post.

Of the suits filed in March 2022, with Trump accusing Clinton and others of a “conspiracy” to spread false information that his campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 presidential race he won eat

It was dismissed in September by Middlebrooks, who said there were “inconvenient circumstances” in the case and complained that the trial was “unfair.”

Shayna Jacobs in New York contributed to this report.

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