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USA: Trump complains about his daughter-in-law and the "New York Times"

USA: Trump complains about his daughter-in-law and the “New York Times”

New York | Former U.S. President Donald Trump has filed a complaint against his daughter-in-law Mary Trump and the “New York Times” accusing them of “tricky conspiracy” to obtain his tax documents and publish the 2018 Pulitzer Prize-winning trial daily.

The 27-page lawsuit, valued at $ 100 million, was filed Tuesday in Duchess County, New York. He accused three journalists of the New York Times, Suzanne Craig, David Barstow and Russell Beatner – of “leading a wide-ranging crusade to obtain Donald J. Trump’s secret tax files.”

Respondents allege that they were “motivated by personal vendetta”, “a fraudulent conspiracy to obtain confidential and very important documents that they exploited for their own benefit and used as a means of legalizing their published work.”

The “New York Times” poll, presented at the Pulitzer Prize 2019, sparked how a former advertiser who claims to have done so alone built his fortune. Donald Trump promised his father, over the years, that he would allow them to evade taxes by partially transferring an amount equal to the current $ 413 million through the Shell Company.

Donald Trump considered the article “dependent” and described its content as “boring” and “deja vu”.

However, its release led to the launch of an investigation by New York state tax authorities.

This is panic “

Six years before the former Republican president came to power in 2017, the judiciary ordered the payment of tax revenue requested from the president.

Mary Trump revealed that the “New York Times” is the main source of the investigation, in her book “Too Much and Never Enf: How My Family Created of the World’s Most Dangerous French” published in 2020.

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His father, Mr. Trump’s older brother Fred Trump Jr., died of a heart attack in 1981 at the age of 42. His family was addicted to alcohol. Pushed him to work.

Donald Trump’s complaint “New York Times” reporters “persuaded his daughter-in-law Mary L. Trump to relentlessly take the files from his attorney’s office and hand them over to the Times.”

“I knocked on Mary Trump’s door. She opened it. I think it’s called the magazine,” journalist Susan Craig tweeted Wednesday morning.

Mary Trump has been charged with breach of a non-disclosure agreement signed in 2001 after the assets of Donald Trump’s father, Fred Trump Sr.

In a statement quoted by NBC, Mary Trump called her uncle a “loser.” “It’s panic. The walls are closed and he throws everything he can get his hands on,” he added. “As always with Donald, he will try and change things later.”