Trump ordered to pay $400,000 to The New York Times

Trump ordered to pay $400,000 to The New York Times

The former US President accused three journalists of participating in a “malicious conspiracy” to obtain his tax documents

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247 – Former US President Donald Trump (Republican Party) was forced to pay about 400 thousand US dollars (1.95 million Brazilian reals) in legal expenses to the newspaper. “New York times” And to several journalists after a court ruling was issued on Friday (12).

The former head of the White House filed a lawsuit against the newspaper in September 2021, accusing three journalists of participating in a “malicious conspiracy” to obtain his tax documents. The New York State Supreme Court dismissed the case in May 2023 and ordered the former president to pay the defendants' expenses.

According to the court's decision, the New York Times estimated expenses of $392,638 in legal fees. The New York Times investigation revealed how the American politician received US$413 million (about R$2 billion), adjusted for inflation, from his father over several years, most of which was transferred through a shell company to avoid taxes.

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