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Trump Accuses New York Sate's Attorney General

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Trump Accuses New York Sate's Attorney General

Trump Accuses New York Sate's Attorney General

President Donald Trump accused New York state’s attorney general.

Trump said he mischaracterized a settlement his charitable foundation had.

According to Reuters, the foundation will pay $2 million for misusing funds.

These funds ultimately helped his 2016 presidential campaign.

Trump said the attorney general did this “for political purposes.”

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