December 4, 2022

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Investigation into his tax practices: Donald Trump has to testify

Investigation into his tax practices: Donald Trump has to testify

A New York judge on Thursday ruled that Donald Trump and his two children Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka must testify as part of a civil investigation into the tax practices of his team led by the State Attorney in New York.

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Following a hearing via videoconference, Judge Trump rejected the camp’s request to rescind a request for a statement from prosecutor Letitia James.

As a result, Judge Arthur Engoran ordered Donald Trump to “come and testify within 21 days of this decision” by Thursday, March 10th. An order that also applies to his children. The 45th President of the United States (2017-2021) may appeal this decision.

As part of the investigation, which began in 2019, members of the Democratic Party, prosecutor Letitia James announced in January that they had “found significant evidence that suggests that Donald J. Trump and the Trump organization misrepresented a number of assets falsely and fraudulently.” To get loans on the one hand, and to pay lower taxes on the other.

“Justice has won,” Letitia James was immediately welcomed in a statement, ruling that “no one is above the law.”

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