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Tiffany Trump gets the last laugh, excluded from family fraud lawsuit in New York

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For the first time in perhaps forever, it’s a great day to be Tiffany Trump!New York Attorney General Letitia James just filed a 222-page civil lawsuit with the State Supreme Court in Manhattan against Donald Trump and the Trump Organization.The suit accuses the Trump family business of “grossly” inflating the ex-president’s net worth by billions–yes, billions–of dollars and giving cheating false and misleading financial statements to lenders for at least a decade.Related: Mary Trump predicts uncle Donald Trump’s next move as his downfall accelerates“We found that Mr, Trump, his children, and the corporation used more than 200 false asset valuations over a ten-year period,” James, who interviewed more than 65 witnesses, said this morning at a press conference announcing the charges.Among the allegations made by James are:“The examples I laid out barely scratch the surface,” James said. “Claiming you have money you do not have does not amount to the art of the deal.

It’s the art of the steal.”The lawsuit seeks a $250 million judgment and to ban any of the Trumps–Donald, Don Jr., Ivanka, or Eric–from leading companies in their home state of New York.

James also plans to send her findings to federal prosecutors in Manhattan, who may choose to open a criminal investigation into bank fraud.Related: Rosie O’Donnell hilariously claps back at TikTok user who accuses her of being mean to Donald TrumpOK, now we know what you’re probably thinking.

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