President Donald Trump’s niece Mary Trump sued the president, the estate of his brother Robert Trump and their sister Maryanne Trump Barry on Thursday, arguing that they committed fraud against her after the deaths of her father and grandfather.

Roberta Kaplan of Kaplan Hecker & Fink, who is representing Mary Trump, argued in the complaint that the Trump siblings’ deception caused her client to lose at least tens of millions of dollars.

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