Video Shows Donald Trump With Alleged Mobster He Denied Knowing
Robert LiButti was a preferred patron at Trumps casino, which got fined $200,000 for accommodating his racist and sexist requests.
11/02/2016 06:15 pm ET
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WASHINGTON ? Donald Trump denies that he ever knew Robert LiButti, a reputed mob figure with a penchant for high-dollar gambling. LiButti was a regular at Trumps Atlantic City casino until 1991, when he was banned from New Jersey gaming halls over his alleged ties to Mafia boss John Gotti.
If he was standing here in front of me, I wouldnt know what he looked like, Trump told The Philadelphia Inquirer in 1991.
Asked again about LiButti in March 2016, Trump told Yahoo News: During the years I very successfully ran the casino business, I knew many high rollers. I assume Mr. LiButti was one of them, but I dont recognize the name.
But a new video uncovered Tuesday by Yahoo News shows Trump attending a 1988 WrestleMania IV match with LiButti in Atlantic City. The video shows the two together, along with Trumps then-wife Ivana, in the front row for the hours-long event. It wasnt a coincidence they were seated next to each other. LiButtis daughter said she and her father were Trumps guests.
Trump Plaza was eventually fined $200,000 for discrimination. The hotel was hit with an additional $450,000 fine after the Casino Control Commission discovered that management gave LiButti $1.6 million in the form of luxury cars ? three Ferraris, three Rolls-Royces, a Mercedes-Benz and two Bentleys. LiButti later exchanged the cars for money, which violated state law.
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