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Judge Reveals Who Worked On Trump Tower--And The Hypocrisy Is Almost Blinding

By Mark Pygas

Donald Trump paid more than $1.3 million in labor settlements in 1998 after he was accused of using undocumented workers for the construction of Trump Tower, according to newly unsealed legal documents obtained by the New York Times

A district court judge ordered the documents to be publicly released, showing that the case was settled for $1.37 million, according to the New York Times. The decision to unseal the settlement documents was made after Time Inc. and the Reporters Committee filed a motion in 2016. 

Judge Preska ruled that the documents should be released because of the involvement of the “now-president of the United States.”