According to Jackie Goldberg's lawyers, she casually invests in real estate as a "hobby," and was seduced into buying two $1 million condo units in Chicago's Trump Tower with the promise of a revenue-sharing plan. Goldberg said that Trump's hotel changed the deal after she'd put down a $516,000 deposit.
"Trump totally changed the deal," the plaintiff's attorney, Shelly Kulwin, said. "He was the sole and ultimate authority on everything Trump."
“I love Chicago. It went well.” Trump called out to reporters as he left the courthouse.
Trumps lawyer said Goldberg was told that the terms of the deal might change and could have backed away.
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