Mary Trump loses legal battle against uncle Donald Trump

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Mary Trump loses legal battle against uncle Donald Trump

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A judge in New York has thrown out a lawsuit from Mary Trump against former President Donald Trump, citing a previous agreement between the parties.

Mary Trump alleges that she has been defrauded out of millions of dollars after the former president, who is her uncle, and other family members conspired to have her sign “her interests away” after her father died.

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The judge pointed to a 2001 family settlement as barring the lawsuit from going forward.

Mary Trump’s lawyer, Roberta Kaplan, said they will be seeking an expedited appeal.

“Yesterday’s decision is both incorrect and disappointing, especially since it took more than two years for us to get here. In our view, the court overlooked applicable case law and the well-pleaded allegations in Mary Trump’s complaint,” Kaplan said in a statement to CNN,

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Donald Trump is expected to announce a 2024 bid for the White House at his Mar-a-Lago resort Tuesday evening.

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