January 26, 2022

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Tax fraud | Trump has filed a lawsuit against a New York lawyer to prevent a trial

(New York) Former U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday filed a lawsuit against New York State Attorney Leticia James in an attempt to block an investigation into suspected tax fraud by his family business Trump organization.


The lawsuit, filed in state federal court, was filed by Democrats who allegedly violated the former president’s constitutional rights by prosecuting him for political reasons.

“Its purpose is driven only by political hostility and the desire to harass, intimidate and retaliate against anyone who considers a simple citizen a political enemy,” the complaint reads.

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New York State Attorney Letidia James.

Leticia James began the investigation in March 2019, suspecting that the Trump organization fraudulently exaggerated the value of some assets when it applied for a loan to the banks, and then reduced the same assets to tax authorities.

According to the newspaper Washington Post In early December, Donald Trump was asked to come to his office on Jan. 7 to testify.

Eric Trump, the son of a Republican billionaire and vice president of the Trump organization, was asked in October 2020 by attorney services.

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The former president has also been targeted by other US investigations.

Six years ago, he was questioned on October 18 for a case in which protesters accused his security guards of harassing them.

His team is also the target of a Manhattan District Attorney’s investigation into suspicions of financial crimes and insurance fraud.

In July, the Trump administration and its loyal accountant Alan Weiselberg pleaded not guilty to 15 counts of fraud and tax evasion in a New York court. The trial is set to open in mid-2022.

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At the same time, Donald Trump has been fighting for years to avoid disclosing tax revenue to lawyers, while in Washington, a special congressional panel is seeking access to White House documents on the January 6, 2021 Capitol attack.