The new state attorney of New York goes to action to sue president of Donald Trump this Thursday and his three children, Donald Junior, Ivanka and Eric, to dissolve foundation Donald Trump. And it does accusing family of having used charitable organization as a piggy bank to raise money y used later in ir business, pay legal bills and fund election campaign.
Prosecutor Barbara Underwood claims in her decision that Trumps "violated in an extensive and persistent manner state and federal laws." The investigation, he furr clarified, determined that y raised 2.8 million dollars "in a manner designed to influence presidential elections of 2016 under direction and control of highest charges in Trump's presidential campaign."
Underwood specifically quotes Corey Lewandowski, campaign manager. "It dictated times, quantities and recipients of funds that function obtained for charity," he says. It notes in this sense that investigation identified that at least five transactions were carried out that were illicit "because main beneficiary was Trump or business he controlled."
In detail with money movements includes a payment of 100,000 dollars related to a lawsuit against golf Club of sea-to-Lake in Florida. He also quotes anor 158,000-dollar subscription to settle anor lawsuit against Trump National Golf Club. In addition, it identifies a payment of 10,000 dollars for purchase of a painting that is exhibited in Trump National Doral.
Now that I am back from Singapore, where we had a great result with respect to North Korea, thought process must sadly go back to Witch Hunt, always remember that re was no Collusion and no Obstruction of fabricated no Crime.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 14, 2018
It rains on wet. A month before election, newly resigned Eric Schneiderman requested by letter to foundation managers to immediately desist from soliciting funds because organization did not have certificate to make fundraising rounds. Donald Trump re-qualified maneuver as an action with a clearly political intent.
The Sleazy New York Democrats, and ir now disgraced (and run out of town) A.G. Eric Schneiderman, are doing everything y can to sue me on A Foundation that took in $18.8 million and gave out to charity more money than it took in, $19.2 million. I won't settle this case!...— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 14, 2018
Barbara Underwood asks Trump family and organization to reinstate that money y obtained illicitly. The president responded in a series of messages posted on social network Twitter saying that he was battling lawsuit and accused Democrats of trying to make a noise attempting to attack his foundation, "who is donating more money than he receives." "I'm not going to agree on this case," anticipates Donald Trump.