An arbitrator ruled Trumps nondisclosure agreement with her was unenforceable.April 20, 2022, 11:21 PM – 4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleFormer President Donald Trumps presidential campaign has been purchased to pay nearly $1.3 million in legal costs to former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman by a New York court arbitrator.The award, bied far on Tuesday, comes after Trump submitted a complaint against Manigault Newman over her 2018 book, “Unhinged: An Insiders Account of the Trump White House,” in which she called Trump a racist and recommended that he was in “serious and real” mental decline.A source with the Trump project told ABC News that Trump plans to appeal the ruling.Trumps arbitration grievance versus Manigault Newman, with the American Arbitration Association in New York City in 2018, declared that she was in breach of a 2016 confidentiality agreement.In September, arbitrator T. Andrew Brown ruled that the previous presidents nondisclosure arrangement with Manigault Newman was “unenforceable.”Brown stated in the judgment that the terms of the nondisclosure agreement were “highly bothersome” due to the fact that it did not adhere to typical legal standards– explaining it as “vague, indefinite, and therefore space and unenforceable.”Director of Communications for the White House Public Liaison Office Omarosa Manigault listens during the everyday press instruction at the White House, Oct. 27, 2017 in Washington, DC.In Tuesdays choice, Brown stated that Manigault Newman was “protecting herself in a claim which was extensively litigated for more than three years, against an opponent who certainly commanded far greater resources than did Respondent.”Following the order, Manigault Newmans attorney tweeted, “$1.3 Million Attorney Fee and Cost Order Against the Trump Campaign Issued! (Highest recognized prevailing celebration lawyer charge assessment versus a President or Presidential Campaign).”During the 2016 presidential project, Manigault Newman acted as an intermediary to the Black community. In her subsequent role as director of interactions for the Office of Public Liaison, she was the highest-ranking African American woman in the White House.She resigned from the position in December 2017 after reports of stress between her and then-Chief of Staff John Kelly.
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