Trump Lawsuit Against NY AG Letitia James Flops Hard


For six years Donald Trump has been filing frivolous lawsuits as a poiitical tactic for blocking lawsuits against the ex-president. Now, a judge has begun to refuse the previous POTUS’ waste of taxpayers’ time and money.  The time has come for the last president to finally face the consequences of his actions.

U..S. Federal Judge David Middlebrookse notified Trump Thursday evening that his lawsuit against New York Attorney General (AG) Letitia James would end in million-dollar fines. The judicial match had begun when the New York AG filed a $250 million lawsuit against Trump and his children. The judge turned his wrath upon the previous POTUS with a powerful warning.

Judge Middlebrooks told Trump what would happen if he continued with this frivolous case. And within hours, the last resident of the White House quickly withdrew the lawsuit against AG James.

The judge also served in the previous president’s case against Hillary Clinton and had just fined Trump almost one million dollars for the “revenge lawsuit,” according to The Washington Post.

In this latest case, Trump’s withdrawal popped up Friday morning, according to ABC News. Judge Middlebrooks’ notice moved 45 to action. It read:

‘Plaintiff, PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP, by and through his undersigned counsel and pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 41(a)(1)(A)(i), hereby voluntarily dismisses his claims in this action against Defendant, LETITIA JAMES, without prejudice.’

The judge also warned the former president’s own attorneys of the consequences they would face should they continue the lawsuit against AG James. Judge Middlebrooks also forwarned Trump’s attorneys that they could face sanctions.

Judge Middlebrooks said that 45 was “a prolific and sophisticated litigant who is repeatedly using the courts to seek revenge on political adversaries:”

“He is the mastermind of strategic abuse of the judicial process, and he cannot be seen as a litigant blindly following the advice of a lawyer. He knew full well the impact of his actions.

AG James filed the lawsuit against the Trump family claiming fraud in the Trump Organization. The AG wrote the company’s executives “grossly” modified the value of the properties depending upon whom was the audience. The value shot up by millions of dollars when the Trumps were attempting to borrow money and dropped greatly for taxes.

A state lawsuit carries its own powerful punch, because individuals could not be pardoned if they were convicted.

When the family sued AG James, they claimed she used “intimidation and harassment [and repeated] attempts to steal, destroy or control all things Trump:”

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In Trump’s case against the former Secretary of State, the judge sought one million dollars fine each from Trump and his attorney Alina Habba. The ex-president sued Clinton in 2022 for “acting in concert” with the FBI’s top people claiming Russia helped Trump win in 2016. As a result, the previous president claimed:

‘[The investigation was] prolonged and exacerbated by the presence of a small faction of Clinton loyalists who were well-positioned within the Department of Justice.’

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Judge Middlebrooks dismissed that case last fall.

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