New York court accuses Trump of inflating wealth into billions
A New York court accused former US President Donald Trump of increasing the value of his assets to ensure more favorable terms Loans and Tax Benefits. Attorney General Letitia James has accused Trump organizations of forging documents between 2011 and 2021 to add billions of dollars to the company’s value.
In your opinion the declared value is $2.2 billion over actual value, which constitutes fraud, and that’s why she’s asking Trump to pay a $250 million fine. The charges are part of a civil case accusing Trump organizations of tax and financial fraud.
It is a different process than the current four criminal cases against Trump. The former president claimed the professed values should not be “taken seriously”.
The trial is set for October 2, but the attorney general asked the judge not to even open the hearing and not deliver the verdict because the evidence was overwhelming. Trump’s lawyers asked for the case to be dismissed on the grounds that the events took place a long time ago.
Trump waived his right to attend the custody hearing scheduled for next Wednesday (6). With that he will do it Avoid making public appearances in courtbecause TV broadcasting is legal in Georgia.
1 of 1 Trump arrives in Atlanta to face justice Photo: Joe Raedle/GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/Getty Images via AFP Trump arrives in Atlanta to face justice Photo: Joe Raedle/GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA /Getty Images via AFP
Trump went there last week registered as a defendant and had his photo taken from the police register. Trump’s campaign used the photo on Tshirts, hats and mugs sold, raising more than $20 million.
Also in Georgia, Gov. Brian Kemp, also a Republican, refused to call the Legislature to impeach prosecutor Fani Willis, who is impeaching Trump. The wing of the party that follows Trump wanted to impeach the prosecutor to end the trial.
The governor said the prosecutor did the right thing, calling Trump a “conman” who was taking advantage of the process to raise campaign funds.