On Thursday, a judge fined Trump $1 million over his "frivolous" lawsuit against Hillary Clinton.
Friday, Trump dropped another lawsuit before the same judge, this one against NY AG Letitia James.
A day after a federal judge in Florida hit Donald Trump with a $1 million fine for filing a "frivolous" lawsuit against Hillary Clinton, the former president dropped another key lawsuit before the same judge, this one targeting New York Attorney General Letitia James.
He wrote that like the Clinton suit, the James suit "had all the telltale signs of being both vexatious and frivolous.".
On Thursday, Middlebrooks went further, issuing a scathing rebuke of Trump's legal tactics along with fining Trump and his lawyers for bringing the case.
Trump and Alina Habba, his lead attorney in the Clinton case, are liable for $937,989.39 in legal sanctions.
That judge ultimately decided not to fine Trump, saying in a nine-page, January 6 decision that in denying Trump's motion to dismiss the James lawsuit, the court has "made its point. »