Ryan E.
September 16, 2023

Judge Pauses Suit Against Trump Organization

A New York appeals court justice on Sept. 15 issued a temporary stay in New York Attorney General Letitia James's fraud lawsuit against the Trump Organization.

Justice For Donald.

The decision came after Trump's team claimed that both James and the judge in the case defied a court order potentially narrowing the suit.

Appeals court Justice David Freidman decided to impose the stay and sent the dispute to a panel of five judges who will likely rule on this matter before the end of September 2023.

Justice Arthur Engoron drew the assignment as the trial judge in this case, which is scheduled for Oct. 2.

James is going after Trump and his organization with a massive fraud suit against Team Trump. She is upset and making allegations that Donald Trump "overstated his net worth by up to $2.225 billion."

As a result, she is seeking $250,000,000 in damages from Trump and an order "Trump and his sons from holding leadership roles in New York-based companies."

Donald Trump's response to this specific suit brought about by James has been exactly what you would expect it to be.

Trump has claimed that this suit, just like all of the others, is complete nonsense.

The former president maintains that he never did anything wrong.

According to Trump, James and all of the other prosecutors are simply part of the "political witch hunt" meant to prevent him from taking the presidency back.

Liberals know that they're not going to be able to beat Trump on the debate stage after America's seen four years of Joe Biden, so they're trying to beat him in the courtroom.

What do you think about this story? Does Letitia James have a case against Trump? Or is she simply part of the "fraud squad" like Donald claims?

To read more about this story, click on the source here.

Don't Wait
We publish the objective news, period. If you want the facts, then sign up below and join our movement for objective news:
Top Story
Get news from American Digest in your inbox.
By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: American Digest, 3000 S. Hulen Street, Ste 124 #1064, Fort Worth, TX, 76109, US, You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact.