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The attorney-spokeswoman for former President Donald Trump didn’t have much good to say about New York Attorney General Letitia James following a court session last week.
James is seeking $250 million in alleged damages from Trump and his sons, Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr., as well as a permanent ban on them from doing any business in the state of New York, as noted by The Hill. The judge overseeing the case, Arthur Engoron, ruled in September, before the civil fraud trial began, that the former president inflated the value of his businesses and assets in order to get more favorable loan rates, a ruling that Trump has denied.
In an interview with Newsmax TV, attorney Alina Habba rapped James, who has attended some of the trial, as “not that bright.”
“She’s just not that bright. I’m sorry, I have to say it,” she said, adding that she doesn’t believe James has a good case. “I’ve seen their case; I’ve seen their lawyers. They don’t know what they’re talking about.”
“Just because a bank who’s giving you a loan says it’s worth what the loan…
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