A New York state appeals court has vacated a nearly $50,000 award that an arbitrator handed to President Donald Trump’s campaign over allegations that a former staffer violated a non-disparagement agreement after she sued the organization for alleged harassment.

A four-judge panel of the Appellate Division, First Department ruled to nullify the arbitration award that ordered former Trump campaign staffer Jessica Denson to pay $49,506 for disparaging remarks she made in state court alleging she endured sex discrimination, retaliation and a hostile work environment during the 2016 election season.

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