Relief news for Donald Trump has come as a New York judge has stayed the business license revocation. The ruling is a temporary victory for the former president, who faces the partial dissolution of his real estate empire following Judge Angoron’s September ruling.
Former President Donald Trump received a temporary reprieve from his civil fraud lawsuit on Friday when a New York court stayed the revocation of his license to operate a business in the state.
The front-runner for the Republican nomination in next year’s presidential race filed an appeal Wednesday in a New York court to block his lawsuit.
The trial, held without a jury but in Trump’s presence, began Monday after Judge Arthur Angoron’s surprise ruling late last month found repeated fraud by the Trump Organization and Trump and his two eldest sons. Don Jr. and Eric’s business license orders were revoked.
In an appeals court ruling in New York on Friday, Judge Peter Moulton refused to suspend the trial, but ruled that “orders to revoke business certificates” were stayed.
The ruling is a temporary victory for the former president, who faces the partial dissolution of his real estate empire following Judge Angoron’s September ruling.
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An appeals judge on Friday heard arguments from Trump’s lawyers and attorneys for the plaintiff, New York Attorney General Letitia James, who is seeking a $250 million judgment against Trump accused of fraudulent business filings.
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