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Crooked Judge Attacks Ivanka Trump

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In a recent ruling by New York Judge Arthur Engoron, Ivanka Trump faced sharp criticism for what the judge deemed as her inconsistent memory regarding key events. The ruling ordered her father to pay $354.9 million in damages after being found liable for business fraud.

Ivanka, initially listed as a defendant in the case alongside her father and brothers, had her involvement dropped due to a statute of limitations. However, Judge Engoron did not spare her from scrutiny, pointing out her denial of knowledge despite presented documentary evidence proving her participation.

Engoron highlighted Ivanka’s inability to recall events related to negotiations, such as those involving the Old Post Office in Washington, D.C., and the Trump National Doral Golf Club in Miami, Florida. Despite emails and documents suggesting her active role, Ivanka professed a lack of memory regarding these matters.

The judgment, spanning 92 pages, condemned not only the Trump family’s lack of contrition but also the gravity of the fraud uncovered. Engoron’s ruling imposed significant penalties on Donald Trump, including fines and business bans for him and his sons.

Although Trump denounced the judgment, vowing to appeal, New York Attorney General Letitia James praised the verdict, emphasizing the principle of equal accountability under the law.

In her statement, James highlighted the importance of holding all individuals accountable, regardless of their status. She characterized Trump’s actions as emblematic of exploiting loopholes for personal gain, contrasting his self-proclaimed mastery of deals with what she described as the “art of the steal.”

The ruling, while met with resistance from Trump, underscores the judiciary’s commitment to upholding accountability and integrity in business dealings, regardless of political affiliation or stature.