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The socialist Julia Salazar appeared supposedly in the trust Fund during the Senate campaign: report

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Julia Salazar — the Brooklyn state senator who was called, for incorrectly painting itself as a working-class-immigrant — to live out of a trust Fund for the installation of your new socialist-themed campaign, new campaign Finance disclosures reveal.

The fact challenged freshman legislator filed papers say, the confidence value was an eye-popping $10 million — even though it now claims the figure was a mistake and the family, dipped it in reality holds about 400,000 US dollars.

The 28-year-old, reported the state Joint Commission on Public ethics in a signed, may 15 financial disclosure that she received $18,000 in the year 2018 from your deceased father, Luis H. Salazar, confidence.

In the hand-written transmission, it appeared the value of the Fund at $10 million, the classification of the cash stash as a “category DDDDD” — a code used in the campaign paperwork to mean that the amounts of ” $ 10 million or more.”

The question about the largess on Thursday, Salazar insisted, she meant to write: “category D” — a range of $5,000-$20,000 — this refers to the $18,000 trust Fund the payout.

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The lawmakers said they understood the wrong way, the sheet made by JCOPE breakdown of the categorizations, and when you read that the category DDDDD was “10,000,000 and more,” she thought, he said: “10,000 dollars and more.”

“I saw it on a superficial way,” she told The Post, adding, “I thought the decimal point counter of the decimal point, so it is adding extra zeros.”

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Still, you managed to follow the instructions correctly on the next line, where you reported your income, working as a community organizer for Jews for Racial + Economic justice — as a “category E” or US $20.000–$50.000.

Read more on The New York Post, click here.

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