Former president has until May 20 to pay $110,000 and comply with subpoena or face retroactive punishment.
Sussmann, who worked on Hillary Clinton's campaign, is accused of making a false statement to the FBI weeks before the 2016 presidential election.
One of Trump's long-time aides has never once sent or received a text message from Trump.
The former president was found in contempt by Judge Arthur Engoron for failing to comply with the subpoena issued by New York Attorney General Letitia James.
The lawsuit brought by the attorney general in Washington, D.C., alleged businesses linked to Trump accepted excessive payments from the inaugural committee.
"Mr. Trump's personal affidavit is completely devoid of any useful detail," the judge wrote in response to the request to purge an earlier contempt finding.
The former president called Mark Pomerantz "a low-life attorney" for his part in the criminal investigation of the Trump Organization's alleged tax fraud.
The Trump Organization sued the city in June and was granted a victory in the case Friday.
Former prosecutor Mark Pomerantz criticized the Manhattan DA in a resignation letter, stating the former president was "guilty of numerous felony violations."
In his resignation letter, prosecutor Mark Pomerantz said it is a "grave failure of justice" that the former president is not being held accountable.
Former Manhattan prosecutor Mark F. Pomerantz reportedly claimed that he had proven Trump's guilt "beyond a reasonable doubt."
Axos Bank CEO Gregory Garrabrants has contributed $50,000 to Republican campaigns, including $9,600 in support of Trump.
The Trump family has been ordered to answer questions under oath in a New York investigation into its business practices.
The former president's longtime accounting firm Mazars cut ties with the Trump Organization on February 9.
Judge Arthur Engoron said New York Attorney General Letitia James has a "clear right" to investigate the Trump Organization, dismissing arguments that the inquiry should be scrapped.
If the ruling is upheld after a likely appeal, Trump will have to choose between testifying or invoking his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.
A number of luxury apartment complexes have removed signs and names linked to the former president in the wake of the Capitol riot.
Mazars, the accounting firm Trump used for years, cut ties with his company because it could no longer vouch for 10 years of financial statements.
The former president issued a lengthy statement which attacked both New York Attorney General Letitia James and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's investigations.
Lawyer George Conway suggested the latest development involving the Mazars firm is worse for Trump than "getting impeached twice."
"They want to put me in jail," Trump told his supporters during a rally in Texas on Saturday.
On Wednesday morning the Trump Organization shot back after the NY Attorney General announced she was taking action against members of the Trump family.
Trump's legal team, including Rudy Giuliani, was subpoenaed in Capitol attack investigation, just before Letitia James released new details of her inquiry
Alina Habba criticized James for being "silly enough to continuously state her animus" against Trump while launching investigations into his business.
Attorney General Letitia James' office issued subpoenas seeking testimony as part of a civil investigation into the Trump family's business practices.
"We will be asking the court to compel Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Ivanka Trump to testify with our office under oath," James said after the Trumps filed a motion to quash upcoming interviews.
New York Attorney General Letitia James' office said it is seeking documents and testimony from the three named in the subpoena.
The lawsuit accuses James of being biased in her investigation into the Trump Organization's business practices.
A committee said the GSA "ignored critical ethical and constitutional issues involving then-President Trump's financial interest in the hotel."