The assault on President Trump and those who love the country continues.
The corrupt DOJ and their gang of attorneys in New York have spent over five years or more searching for crimes related to President Trump and his family and associates. They spent millions before his election and throughout his entire term to come up with any crime they could make up regarding the President of the United States. To this day they still have nothing.
Now it looks like the corrupt DOJ will go back to the same game of tricks they used to indict Paul Manafort to indict Trump’s CFO.
Reuters reported a couple days ago that Trump team members will be indicted this week by the far-left and corrupt gang of attorneys led by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.
New York prosecutors investigating former U.S. President Donald Trump’s business practices are likely to issue one or more criminal indictments this week – but not against Trump himself, according to people involved in the case.
Ronald Fischetti, an attorney representing Trump, said on Monday that based on discussions with prosecutors he expects “no charges” will be brought against Trump in the initial round of indictments. Others familiar with the case said prosecutors are preparing criminal charges against Allen Weisselberg, longtime chief financial officer for the Trump Organization, and also are considering criminal charges against the company.
After an almost three-year investigation of Trump’s property dealings, the initial charges by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr will focus mainly on whether Weisselberg and other company officials received corporate perks and benefits, such as rent-free apartments and leased cars, that were not reported properly on their tax returns, according to several people familiar with the investigation. The exact charges prosecutors are preparing are not known
Today, the Business Insider reports that Trump’s CFO will be indicted on Thursday by the corrupt gang in the DOJ.
The Manhattan district attorney’s office plans to charge the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer with tax-related crimes on Thursday, The Wall Street Journal first reported.
It would be the first wave of indictments following a two-year investigation into whether former President Donald Trump’s sprawling real-estate company violated state laws and engaged in financial crimes.
The charges against CFO Allen Weisselberg are said to involve receiving benefits from the company — like apartments, cars, and school tuition — without paying the appropriate taxes on them, The Associated Press reported.