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Former President Donald Trump will not face charges related to reported “hush money” payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels, his attorney says. He also will not be charged for supposedly changing property values, Ronald Fischetti reported.
The lawyer had contacted Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance last week to get a feel for what was on the horizon for his client. He was told that Trump Organization executives will deal with only minor potential charges related to taxes.
This news seems to contradict the much more severe claims made by Letitia James, the state’s attorney general. Last month, she announced that she would coordinate a criminal probe into the Trump Organization, alongside Vance.
“We have informed the Trump Organization that our investigation into the Organization is no longer purely civil in nature,” she had said in a statement. “We are now actively investigating the Trump Organization in a criminal capacity, along with the Manhattan DA.”
But after Fischetti spoke with Vance, he compared the investigation to “the Shakespeare play Much Ado About Nothing.”
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The stock market was relatively muted on Tuesday, following Facebook’s first-ever $1 trillion closing. The social media giant increased 4% yesterday after winning an antitrust case, and the surging market value buoyed other tech stocks.
This morning, United Airlines announced that it would buy nearly 300 new jets from Boeing and Airbus, the company’s largest order ever. The move will also support the addition of 25,000 new jobs.
Several banks also revealed that they would be increasing their dividends, with Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo doubling theirs.
And finally, the president hits the road with his new bipartisan infrastructure deal, hoping to sell the $973 billion package as a sign that America “can function, we can deliver… We can do significant things [and] show that America is back.”
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