Trump Irate, Lashes Out After Grand Jury Seated For Trump Organization Probe

Trump Irate, Lashes Out After Grand Jury Seated For Trump Organization Probe

Trump Irate, Lashes Out After Grand Jury Seated For Trump Organization Probe

"No other President in history has had to put up with what I have had to, and on top of all that, I have done a great job for our Country, whether it's taxes, regulations, our Military, Veterans, Space Force, our Borders, speedy creation of a great vaccine (said to be a miracle!), and protecting the Second Amendment".

The outlet added that "the investigation includes scrutiny of Trump's relationship with his lenders; a land donation he made to qualify for an income tax deduction; and tax write-offs his company claimed on millions of dollars in consulting fees it paid".

"This is purely political, and an affront to the nearly 75 million voters who supported me in the Presidential Election", he continued, "and it's being driven by highly partisan Democrat prosecutors".

Trump issued a statement in reaction to the news, blasting the purported move as "a continuation of the greatest Witch Hunt in American history". Donald Trump And his organization to assess whether he will lay charges against the former president and other members of the Trump Corporation. While working on the case, it will also hear other things.

According to The Washington Post, two anonymous sources who are "familiar with the development", said the panel was recently convened and will sit for three days a week for six months.

Manhattan DA Cy Vance is investigating Donald Trump.

Attorney General Letitia James is investigating whether the Trump Organization has misreported asset values in order to secure loans and gain economic and tax benefits.

Vance declined to run for reelection and will leave office at the end of the year, meaning the Trump case is likely to pass to his successor in some form.

Earlier this year, Vance's office scored a major victory when the Supreme Court cleared the way for it to obtain eight years of Trump's closely held tax returns. Next month's election is nearly certain to decide who it will be.

According to several media, Vance's team has been looking closely at the Trump Organisation's long-serving chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, one of the family's most loyal servants.

Mr. Trump, who resigned in January, denied cheating. His former daughter-in-law, Jen Weisserberg, is cooperating with both inquiries. Last week, he released a 909-word statement skewering Vance and the state's attorney general, Tish James, and accusing them of political persecution.

This is a developing story.

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