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Michael Avenatti: Donald Trump Jr gloats as lawyer found guilty of trying to extort millions from Nike

Independent Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Michael Avenatti, former lawyer for Stormy Daniels and an outspoken critic of Donald Trump, has been found guilty of trying to extort Nike out of millions of dollars.
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