Tuesday, August 16, 2016

As Campaign Rolls On, So Do Trump's Lawsuits In Florida

Donald Trump’s lawsuits haven’t stopped during his presidential campaign, perhaps most notably in the must-win battleground of Florida.
A Miami judge recently ordered Trump to pay a small businessman almost $300,000 over an unpaid paint job at his Miami golf resort and a trial is set to begin Monday in Palm Beach County over claims that Trump owes refunds to 60-some members of his Jupiter golf club.
The cases are examples of hundreds of lawsuits involving Trump in his adopted home state of Florida. He and his companies have been aggressively suing Floridians and getting sued by them since the New York developer bought an estate here in 1985, court records show.
Trump argued that it’s unfair to use lawsuits as a measure of his standing in Florida, a tightly-contested swing state critical to his chances of beating Democrat Hillary Clinton. She leads by 2 percentage points in the RealClearPolitics.com average of recent statewide polls.
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