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Federal judge dismisses racketeering claims against the Trump family

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A Manhattan judge on Wednesday claims dismissed, and that President Trump and his oldest children broke Federal racketeering laws through the promotion of marketing opportunities, which brought in thousands in losses for investors, but allowed the state claims to proceed.

The plaintiff claims that in 2018 class-action suit, the trump Corporation Donald Trump, Don Jr., Eric Trump and Ivanka Trump-million in secret payments by the promotion of a Multi-Level marketing company called American Communications Network.

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Trump supported the company in speeches and on “The celebrity apprentice.”

The plaintiffs claimed that they lost thousands of dollars because the products went bankrupt, and sought unspecified money damages for alleged fraud and extortion, Reuters reported.

U.S. district judge Lorna Schofield dismissed claims of blackmail, citing a lack of evidence, but the plaintiff allowed to pursue claims for fraud, unfair competition and deceptive trade practices.

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The trumps was enough to dismiss an application, the action as politically motivated. Joanna Hendon, a lawyer for the trumps, said the beginning of this month, to demand that the family expects, that the claims of the plaintiff to be moved, in arbitration proceedings, even if the collection were not dismissed lawsuit.

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“We are very pleased by the court’s decision,” Hendon told Reuters. “The RICO claims were unfounded and should never have been brought, and we look forward to the recipe with the rest of the case.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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