Trump’s investigation: New York prosecutor may convene a grand jury and signal accusations


Washington — Prosecutor Former President Donald Trump, criminal investigation into his close trajectory and his business A grand jury that could decide to prosecute was convened, according to a report on Tuesday.

The Washington Post first reported The Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance recently convened a grand jury, who will sit three days a week for six months. According to the post, the grand jury will hear some issues during that period, not just Trump.

The investigation is investigating potential tax and banking fraud. Prosecutors are particularly interested in whether Trump has overvalued his property and obscured his debt in order to obtain valuable loans and other financial negotiations.

The grand jury convocation shows that Vance believes he is suing Trump or someone else in his orbit.

News will come later Announced by New York Attorney General Letitia James She has joined forces with Vance in the Trump organization’s criminal investigation, increasing pressure on Trump and his associates from what was previously civil.

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Mr. Trump, who lacks the power to exempt him from prosecution as president and pardon allies, conducted an investigation as a political motivation.

“Nothing is more corrupt than a survey desperately looking for crime,” Trump said earlier. “But definitely that’s exactly what’s happening here.”

Contribution: Matthew Brown

This article was originally published in USA TODAY: The report says prosecutors in the Trump criminal case will convene a grand jury

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