President Donald Trump has ordered a payment of $ 2 million for the collection of non-profit organizations for civil litigation. President Donald Trump ordered a New York State judge to pay $ 2 million to a group of non-profit organizations as part of a settlement in a civil case stemming from persistent violations of state aid laws.
The donor collected on television received approximately $ 3 million in donations distributed on the eve of Iowa, directed by campaign campaign chief Corey Lewandowski.
Two million must be paid by President Trump for his trustee’s duty to properly supervise the foundation that bears his name.
The payment is the final decision for a case brought by the New York Attorney General’s office after collecting donations for military veterans during the Trump Foundation’s 2016 campaign.
Judge Saliann Scarpulla said, “If Mr. Trump were still present, he would have paid the $ 2 million that had gone to the Foundation to pay the Buyers.
The lawsuit filed by the state general attorney, President Trump – along with his children Donald Jr., Eric and Ivanka – has accused him of repeatedly using charitable donations for personal, political and commercial gains, including legal reconciliation, to unite charities with politics, and even to hang them in one of his hotels. to buy a Trump portrait ..
In the case filed by the Attorney General’s Help Bureau in the Supreme Court, the case tried to prevent the New York-based private foundation from being dissolved and the Trumps to serve as director of non-profit organizations in the future.
The Foundation has already agreed to stop operations and was forced to pay two million to the non-profit consortium.
For Trump, lawyers argued that, as in 2014, Trump offered $ 10,000 in charity on a self-portrait grant benefiting the Unicorn Foundation, and was always used to help. Trump’s lawyer, Alan Futerfas, said the Trump court only donated to start the tender, but the Donald J. Trump Foundation was stuck in the picture when no one else would bid.
When the case opened in June 2018, President Trump attacked him and claimed the case was politically motivated.
“The terrible New York Democrats and now embarrassed (and out of town) AG Eric Schneiderman, they’re doing their best to sue me at a charity that spends $ 18,800,000 and spends $ 19,200,000 on charity.”
The judge repeatedly rejected Trump’s attempts to reject the case.
After reviewing the record, Judge Scarpulla said, “Mr. Trump fulfilled the duty of the Trustee of the Foundation and determined that the waste happened to the Foundation ”.
Mr. Trump’s trust duty violations allow the campaign to regulate the Fund donor, allow the Foundation to campaign instead, direct the distribution of the Funds, and use Fontor and the distribution of the Fund to advance Mr. Trump’s political campaign, Sc Scarpulla wrote.