Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Trump has said he should not be treated with contempt because he does not have the records requested by the New York Attorney General

Former United States President Donald Trump has told the state court that he has no documents in the investigation of the Trump administration’s financial affairs and should not be underestimated.

Trump’s lawyer, Alina Haba, said: “After a thorough investigation, it was determined that the respondent did not have any documents for questioning and that all possible documents were in the custody, custody or custody of Trump.” Tuesday in court record.

New York Attorney General Leticia James wants to pay $ 10,000 a day for violating a document sent to him in December. Investigators are looking for documents and links to Trump’s financial statements, asset estimates and records used to compile the statements, the statement said.

James calls for funding from Trump International Hotel and Tower Chicago, security guards, planned development for the Trump family called Seven Springs, insurance coverage, and Forbes Magazine. .

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Trump’s lawyers called the sentence “excessive.”

As James’ office approaches the end of April, when the payment agreement with Trump’s company expires, pressure is mounting to enforce the call. Last month, New York State Judge Arthur Ingoron set a deadline for the Trump administration to fully comply with the petitions by April 29. James’ office Trump urges individuals to respond to documentary requests Hold him in civil contempt.

James began his investigation.

“Trump’s allegations are baseless and he will defend himself,” Trump said in a statement.

Disagreements over Trump records in court The Trump Cabinet said it was never required to comply with a Trump subpoena.

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“This file was never sought after because the Trump administration has ruled that Mr. Trump is not involved in preparing his own financial statements,” the AG office wrote.

During a court hearing last month, the attorney general’s office said it was “unbelievable” that Trump had found only 10 documents from the Trump office.

Investigators have sought to discredit Trump’s long-time reviewer Kushman and Wakefield in a court of law. The prosecutor general’s office said it was looking into possible wrongdoing in preparing the financial statements. “It simply came to our notice then,” Kushman said in a statement.

Ingorron’s attorney general is scheduled for Monday to look into the matter.


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