Trump fights back against lying ex-lawyer in $500M lawsuit

Former President Donald Trump is once again making headlines as he files a lawsuit against his ex-lawyer, Michael Cohen, for an eye-watering half a billion dollars. This legal action comes after Cohen violated attorney-client privilege and breached the terms of their contract. Trump alleges that Cohen spread falsehoods about him with malicious intent and participated in other types of misconduct.

It’s not surprising that Cohen was caught sharing untrue stories about Trump. This is the same lawyer who confessed to lying to Congress on behalf of the Democrats. It’s not a stretch to imagine he’d continue spreading lies to make himself look good and damage the former president’s reputation. Trump has had enough of Cohen’s lies and is seeking justice through a legal process.

According to Fox News, Trump’s legal team filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida on Wednesday. They’re accusing Cohen of multiple breaches of fiduciary duty, unjust enrichment, and more. The lawsuit explains that Cohen’s continuous and escalating improper conduct toward Trump has left him with no alternative but to seek legal redress through this action.

The lawsuit adds that Cohen disseminated lies about Trump with malicious intent, a proverbial crescendo that Trump cannot tolerate any longer. It’s not just about the money – this is about holding Cohen accountable for his actions against Trump. Trump is a man of his word, and when someone violates his trust, he fights back.

This lawsuit follows Trump’s not guilty plea to falsifying business records. Authorities alleged that Cohen had paid hush money to former porn star Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election. It’s clear that Cohen’s actions have had dire consequences for both himself and his previous employer.

It’s a shame that Cohen is continuing to stoke the flames of division and lies against Trump. The former president deserves justice, and this lawsuit is just the beginning of it. Hopefully, others will take notice and think twice before lying to and betraying their clients.

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