Donald Trump Sues Niece from Long Island For Exposing Family’s Alleged Fraud

Former President Donald Trump has filed a $100 million lawsuit against his niece from Rockville Centre for publishing a scathing tell-all book and giving key family tax records to The New York Times.

Trump named both Mary Trump and The Times, which used the records as the basis for a Pulitzer Prize-winning exposé detailing an alleged tax scheme perpetrated by the ex-president and his late father Fred Trump Sr., as defendants in the lawsuit. He’s represented by New Jersey-based attorney Alina Habba.

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