A judge fines Trump a million dollars for a "frivolous" false complaint against Hillary Clinton
Federal Judge Donald Middlebrooks, of West Palm Beach, Florida, sentenced former President Donald Trump and his lawyer to pay a fine of $938,000 for false denunciation and bad faith in a lawsuit against former Secretary of State and former presidential candidate Hillary. Clinton and other political rivals: a lawsuit that the magistrate described as "frivolity" with the sole objective of "revenge."
In the complaint that was the subject of the fine, Trump claimed that Clinton and 17 other people involved in the investigation into Russia's intervention in the 2020 presidential election, including former FBI Director James Comey, "conspired" to damage his reputation.
"Trump is a prolific and sophisticated litigator who repeatedly uses the courts to exact revenge on his political adversaries," the judge said in his ruling.
The magistrate rules out that the Republican imitated himself by following the instructions of his lawyer and also convicted in the sentence, Alina Habba. "Donald Trump is the mastermind of this strategic abuse of the judicial process and he cannot be seen as a litigator blindly following the advice of a lawyer," Middlebrooks wrote.
"This case should never have been filed," he added. And it argued that the "inadequacy" of the lawsuit was "obvious" from the outset." Because it was seen to be "intended for a political purpose" and because none of the charges established "a cognizable legal claim." court that "no reasonable attorney would have carried out
Hours after the resolution was announced, the former president withdrew the lawsuit he had filed against the New York Attorney General, Letitia James, in relation to his investigations into fraud in the management of his business group: an unusual rectification, considering the always stubborn and radical ultra leader.
A judge in the Big Apple sentenced the Trump emporium a week ago to pay a fine of 1.61 million dollars, precisely for tax fraud. It was the second adverse resolution against the former president's business group and its managers after Allen Weisselberg, who was his accountant for decades, received a five-month prison sentence days before for helping to design the formula for said fraud, which the real estate company used for fifteen years.
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