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Politics suspicion of tax fraud: Faced with the prosecutor Donald Trump remains Co

00:20  11 august  2022
00:20  11 august  2022 Source:   liberation.fr

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L'ancien président américain Donald Trump à New York, le 10 août 2022. supplied by Liberation The former American president Donald Trump in New York, August 10, 2022.

in the aftermath of the spectacular search orchestrated by the FBI Seast of his residence of Mar-A-Lago in Florida, Donald Trump finally remained silent this Wednesday in Manhattan against the questions of Letitia James. The former president was to be auditioned under oath by the New York General Prosecutor for suspicions of financial fraud in his Trump Organization group. Since 2019, he and his two children Ivanka and Donald Jr have been targeted by a civil investigation led by the highest magistrate in the New York State.

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Before Letitia James, Donald Trump chose to invoke the famous fifth amendment to the American Constitution, which authorizes not to testify against oneself. In a press release published at the end of the hearing, he once again said he was a "witch hunt" and specifies having "refused to answer questions, under the rights and prerogatives granted to everything citizen by the constitution of the United States ”.

"witch hunt"

by landing Tuesday evening in the economic and cultural capital of the United States, the businessman had announced that he would go "see the Racist General Prosecutor of New York ". Telling himself and his group The Trump Organization, " attacked from all sides " by institutions, justice in the pay of his opponent Joe Biden. A few minutes before his aborted hearing, the ex-president split a mocking message on his social network Truth Social, describing the workspace of this elected magistrate of the Democratic Party: an "Sumptuous, magnificent office And expensive […] beautiful working conditions while people are killed in New York and that she devotes her time and her efforts to try to catch Trump. ”

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An observation shared by one of the sons: Eric Trump denounced this Wednesday on Twitter the fact May his father be forced to make an "deposition in the face of the most corrupt" of prosecutors general of the United States. A Letitia James whom he goes so far as to call " Mal " embodied.

45: We cannot permit a renegade and out-of-control prosecutor to use this investigation as a means of advancing her political career. New York Deserves Better, and this Country Deserves Better. pic.twitter.com/or2w2zrkwa

- Taylor Budowich (@tayfromca) August 10, 2022 three years of investigation

It's been the months that Letitia James claims this hearing. Initially set for July 15, it was pushed back due to the death of Ivana Trump the first wife of the real estate magnate. After three years of investigation, the Trump clan finally gave in to the pressure exerted by the general prosecutor's office. According to CNN, Ivanka and Donald Jr have already been discreetly heard by the general prosecutor's services at the end of July and early August. The civil investigation against the Trump Organization family group was opened after the explosive testimony at the Congress in Washington in February 2019 by Michael Cohen. One of the former personal lawyers for Donald Trump reported of fraudulent evaluations, up or down, assets within the Trump Organization , in order to get loans, to obtain reductions taxes or better insurance compensation.

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Last January, Letitia James had assured having "uncovered important evidence that makes us think that Donald Trump and the Trump Organization had falsely and fraudulently valued a number of assets ", in particular golf courses or the personal triplex of the American billionaire , located in the Trump Tower in New York. Not having directly the power to charge Donald Trump, the general prosecutor James can nevertheless initiate civil proceedings and claim financial repairs. The same alleged facts are also the subject of a criminal investigation carried out Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan prosecutor. Never had a White House tenant was worried about justice this way. Faced with this battery of judicial pans, Donald Trump who claims his innocence in all these cases, could precipitate his declaration of candidacy for the presidential election of 2024 in order to instruct the trial of political justice against him.

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