Judge orders the president to pay $ 2 million to use the Trump Foundation for personal gain | Univision Politics News


A judge ordered President Donald Trump to pay $ 2 million to a number of nonprofit organizations as part of an agreement with the New York attorney general's office to end a lawsuit in which "persistent" violations were alleged to the charity fund law, including illegal coordination with Trump's presidential campaign in 2016.

The lawsuit filed in June last year alleged that the president and his three eldest children broke federal and state electoral laws, and abused the Trump Exemption tax status, for allegedly using it as a kind of 'petty cash' for their interests Political and business.

The agreement is given after the pact made by the foundation in December to its dissolution under judicial supervision. At that time, the state attorney general, Barbara Underwood, said the lawsuit would run its course despite the decision to dissolve the foundation.

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