Long-lost court documents detailing President Trump’s alleged use of undocumented labor to pave the way for Trump Tower have been found — and could soon be unsealed.
The transcript and court brief were part of a lawsuit filed in 1983 by a union worker alleging that Trump — long before he moved into the White House — exploited undocumented Polish workers who demolished the building where Trump Tower now stands.
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The transcript and brief, which detail the terms of a confidential 1998 settlement ending the case before it went to trial, were thought to have been lost.
But last week Lewis Steel, a lawyer on the long-dormant case, wrote Manhattan Federal Judge Loretta Preska that his colleague Wendy Sloan had found the papers. “She has the
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