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Trump 2016 Staff Can Now Talk About What They Saw on Campaign

  • Campaign wants to end a potential class action over NDAs
  • A federal judge previously sided with ex-staffer who sued
Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump Hosts Election Night Party
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Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign has released former staffers from key sections of a nondisclosure agreement, freeing them to talk about their experience -- good or bad.

The move was disclosed in a court filing this week as Trump campaign lawyers angle to end a 2020 lawsuit challenging parts of NDAs that barred former staffers from disparaging Trump and his campaign and sharing other information about their work.