Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance is investigating President Donald Trump, his company, and his kids for bank and insurance fraud. The Manhattan district attorney’s office suggested on Monday that it has been investigating President Trump and his company for possible bank and insurance fraud, a significantly broader inquiry than the prosecutors have acknowledged in the past.
The office of the district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., made the disclosure in a new federal court filing arguing Mr. Trump ’s accountants should have to comply with its subpoena seeking eight years of his personal and corporate tax returns. The prosecutors did not directly identify the focus of their inquiry but said that “undisputed” news reports last year about Mr. Trump ’s business practices make it clear that the office had a legal basis for the subpoena.
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Similarly, Ivanka has said that she opposed separating families who were entering the country, but she did little to actually stop it from taking effect, resulting in the theft of thousands of children, hundreds of whose parents still haven’t been located. Her false branding as a moderating force on her father, though, is not nearly as important as the area in which she excels perhaps as much as or more than the rest of her family: public graft.
In 2018, she was awarded seven new trademarks that just happened to coincide with her father promising to save a Chinese telecommunications company that had previously been punished for violating trade sanctions with Iran and North Korea. • Ivanka herself has been party to dozens of Hatch Act violations, using her White House position to publicly campaign for her father, endorsing on Instagram a food product brand whose owner supports her father’s campaign by holding up a can of Goya beans, and seeming to violate the anti-corruption law eight times in one single 48-hour period earlier this month.
• Ivanka and her husband came into the White House with a sprawling series of international conflicts of interest, perhaps most notably in the Middle East, and her father had to overrule career officials to ensure they were granted security clearances that otherwise would have been denied. • As of last month, Ivanka and Jared had visited Trump properties during their time at the White House, with the accompanying Secret Service entourages and federal payments to the family business, more than any other White House officials had, with 36 visits for Ivanka and 39 for Jared.
• Jared and Ivanka likely broke the law when they pushed the administration to enact tax breaks for so-called opportunity zones, a program that happened to benefit the couple to the tune of millions of dollars. • Ivanka and her husband last week threatened to sue the Lincoln Project to try to force it to take down Times Square billboards that were critical of their roles in her father’s disastrous COVID-19 response.
• After promising at the start of their father’s term to do no “new” international business, the brothers have cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars in Secret Service fees to accompany them on international travel to hawk Trump licensing deals around the world. The short list of these destinations includes Uruguay, India, Indonesia, the Dominican Republic, and Dubai.
• As reported by the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, Eric last year claimed that when administration members and Secret Service visit Trump properties, “they stay at our properties for free,” with only nominal housekeeping fees charged. Visited India in 2018, he spoke at an event that also featured Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The New York Times further reported that Indonesia is “helping to build a major new highway that will make a new Trump development more accessible” after a launch event in Jakarta attended by Donald Jr. The Times also reported that the Aberdeen shire Council in Scotland dropped local development requirements to allow the Trumps to build.
For instance, Eric Trump last year complained on Twitter about a supposed double standard being applied to Hunter Biden and less than five hours later posted on Twitter boasting of the local approval of a second golf course at a Trump property in Scotland. After initially lying about not making large bulk purchases of Don Jr.’s book Triggered, the RNC acknowledged that it had spent about $100,000 in early bulk sales to help pump the book onto the bestseller list.
This year, meanwhile, the Trump campaign has paid both Eric’s wife and Don Jr.’s girlfriend annual salaries of $180,000 to support the president. The Post reports that since Inauguration Day in 2017, the Trump campaign and fundraising committee has spent $5.6 million at his own properties.
• Trump Jr., whose new political crew has been called the wolf pack,” has also been active in lobbying his father’s administration for favors, suggesting Montana’s Ryan Zine for interior secretary after a 2016 elk-hunting trip with Sen. Steve Danes. Spent $76,859.36 in taxpayer money for Secret Service protection on a trip with an RNC donor to Mongolia to hunt an endangered sheep that he did not have a permit to kill.
If you don’t believe me, take a look at Ivanka’s account of a lemonade stand she had as a kid, as reported by Vox’s Matthew Silesia: When Ivanka was a kid, she got frustrated because she couldn’t set up a lemonade stand in Trump Tower.
More recently, they may have committed a number of federal and state crimes prior to their father’s elevation to the White House. With crimes related to his infamous Trump Tower meeting with Russians promising dirt on Hillary Clinton.
Has had to give testimony in the various congressional Russia inquiries, with Democrats believing he may have misled one committee over his Trump Tower meeting to receive Russian dirt on Clinton. And New York’s Democratic attorney general has a fraud investigation into the Trump Organization underway.