Trump's Businesses and Inaugural Committee Must Pay Washington DC $750,000 in Junk Lawsuit Involving Use of Trump Hotel


The harassment never ends.

President Trump’s businesses and inaugural committee reached a deal to pay Washington DC $750,000 in the latest junk lawsuit that involves use of the Trump Hotel in Washington DC.

Democrats alleged Trump used the hotel to enrich himself and this family during the inauguration.

President Trump is the first President in modern history who actually lost money during his time in the White House. President Trump left office with a net worth of about $2.5 billion, down from $4.5 billion when he announced his candidacy for president in 2015.

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President Trump also kept his promise and donated all of his $1.6 million in salary to charity during his time in the White House.

But the demons are never satisfied and sued him anyway. Today they reached a $750,000 agreement to one of the remaining junk lawsuits.

The AP reported:

Former President Donald Trump’s businesses and inaugural committee have reached a deal to pay Washington, D.C., $750,000 to resolve a lawsuit that alleged the committee overpaid for events at his hotel and enriched the former president’s family in the process, according to the District of Columbia’s attorney general.

Attorney General Karl Racine announced the settlement agreement in the case against the Presidential Inaugural Committee, the Trump Organization and the Trump International Hotel in Washington in a tweet on Tuesday. The document had not yet been signed by a judge.

The agreement says the case is being resolved “to avoid the cost, burden, and risks of further litigation” and that the organizations “dispute these allegations on numerous grounds and deny having engaged in any wrongdoing or unlawful conduct.”

As part of the agreement, the defendants will pay the District of Columbia a total of $750,000, which will be used to benefit three nonprofit organizations, the settlement paperwork says.

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