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Moishe Mana says he’ll cover legal fees of Donald Trump’s accusers

Mana said he'll set up a website or hotline for Trump's current and future accusers
November 03, 2016 04:40PM

Moishe Mana, left, and Donald Trump (Credit: Michael Vadon)

Moishe Mana, left, and Donald Trump (Credit: Michael Vadon)

Determined to avoid a Donald Trump presidency, Moishe Mana is now saying he’ll spend “whatever money necessary” to defend women sued by Trump over sexual assault allegations.

“Whatever money it is, $1 million, $2 million, $5 million or $10 million,” the Miami and New Jersey developer told the New York Daily News.

Mana, an active investor in Miami’s Wynwood and downtown neighborhoods, has also offered to donate $2 million to charity in exchange for Trump’s tax returns. The list goes on: he housed a naked Donald Trump statue in Wynwood before it was stolen and reportedly decapitated, and has also had artists paint murals of Trump depicted as the Joker character from Batman.

A number of women accused Trump of sexual assault during his campaign, the majority of whom have come forward in recent weeks. Trump, meanwhile, has vowed to sue them all after the election is over.

Mana said he’ll set up a website or hotline for Trump’s current and future accusers.

“I can’t believe one guy can talk the way he talks about women and immigrants,” Mana told the newspaper. “This rhetoric should not be allowed. Protecting these women and these girls is part of a bigger fight.” [NYDN] – Katherine Kallergis