Trump Lawsuit Verdict: 'Complete, Total Victory' Over 87-Year-Old Widow

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Friday, 24 May 2013 10:01 AM

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Donald Trump says he won a "complete and total victory" in Chicago federal court.

Jurors sided with the "Apprentice" host Thursday in a civil trial where an 87-year-old woman accused him of cheating her in a Chicago condo deal. He spoke to The Associated Press by phone from New York after the verdict was read.

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The real estate mogul says plaintiff Jacqueline Goldberg sued him knowing she was in the wrong. The dispute dealt with her investment in the Trump International Hotel & Tower in downtown Chicago. He says "she should be ashamed." Goldberg told reporters earlier she was glad she sued Trump and hopes it dissuades others from investing with him.

Trump called that comment "disgraceful." He says Goldberg can't be glad "because she lost."

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