nearvideo Manhattan DA subpoenas 8 years, Trump’s tax return: report
The New York Times reported that prosecutors in New York and President of the Trump invited to request the auditing firm for eight years, his personal and corporate tax returns.
NEW YORK CITY – Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.’s office has subpoenaed tax returns belong to a President Trump and the Trump organization, the, confirmed by your auditors, to Fox News on Monday.
Jennifer Farrington, chief marketing officer for the accounting firm Mazars United States, representing both Trump and the Trump organization, told Fox News, “We receive a subpoena,” but she would not give the specifics.
In a statement, Mazars, says the company “with respect to the legal procedures and fully comply with its statutory obligations.” The company added: “We firmly believe in the ethical and professional rules and regulations, our industry, our work and our customer interactions. As a matter of business on both political and technical rules, we do not comment on the work we perform for our customers.”
Vance, a Democrat, has declined to comment.
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The New York Times, which broke the story, reported that the subpoena was issued at the end of last month, after the Prosecutor’s office opened a criminal investigation into the role of the President and his family business played-silent-money-payments before the presidential election.
The President refunded had paid his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, for money, to the silent adult movie star Stormy Daniels who said she had an affair with Trump years before he became President. For his part, Trump the best the thing rode and said, all the payments were personal matters, not campaign expenses.
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Cohen pleaded guilty last year to the campaign Fund human rights has served for violations, tax evasion and other crimes-a three-year sentence.
Prosecutors are reportedly after the Federal government and the country, both for the President and the company for a period of eight years, dated from 2011.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.