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Jonathan Turley Blasts Trump Fraud Verdict: ‘Not A Single Dollar Lost’

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Law professor Jonathan Turley criticized the recent fraud verdict against Donald Trump, deeming the $355 million fine excessive as there was no financial harm to the banks involved.

Turley highlighted that the banks considered Trump a valuable client and had no complaints about fraud.

“Part of the disconnect here is that you have what will be over $455 million if you include interest and then, on the other side of the ledger, you have $0,” Turley said.

”There’s not a single dollar lost by these victims,” he said.

“In fact, the people that [Attorney General Letitia] James calls the victims actually wanted to do more business with Donald Trump. They said they made a lot of money and they viewed him as a ‘whale’ client, they wanted more loans with him.”

Attorney General Letitia James filed charges despite lack of victim complaints, leading to criticism of her motives.

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