The prosecutor investigating President Donald Trump and his finances left a trail of bitterness that House Democrats pick up after Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller completed his work on the Russia investigation last week.
Mueller was tasked with investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 US election and whether the Trump campaign was coordinated with Moscow to overturn the race in his favor. In this investigation, the counterintelligence of the FBI was included, whether Trump acts as a Russian agent.
As part of counterintelligence, Mueller's team was known to have investigated Trump's business relations with regard to whether he had any financial interests in relation to Russia that might affect his ability to implement US policy.
Trump claims that he has no financial ties with Russia.
"I do not earn money from Russia," he said in 201
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The commentary seems to contrast with those too made by Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., in an Opinion presented by the New York Times in 2008. The younger Trump wrote: "In terms of high-end product access to the US, Russians make a rather disproportionate cross-section of our assets … we see that a lot of money is flowing from Russia."
Eric Trump told a reporter. Later, he went back and said the financing of the Trump organization was due to "incredible cash flow".
The Procuratorate is investigating the Trump organization, the Trump Tower Moscow negotiations, and the Trump Founding Committee
. Mueller's team showed interest in the Trump organization when prosecutors summoned documents from the company last year. Above all, the prosecutors questioned several witnesses to the Trump organization's negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.
These negotiations took place at the height of the 2016 campaign, and Justice Department veterans told INSIDER that prosecutors were likely to ask about the project to see if there was any consideration offered by the Trump campaign US attitude towards Russia weakening in exchange for the approval of the Kremlin for the project.
Then there is a mystery why Alfa-Bank, one of the largest banks in Russia, tracked down the address of the Trump organization's computer server almost daily during the 2016 campaign. According to The New Yorker, Alfa-Bank searched more than 2,000 times for Trump's domain between May and September.
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In a separate case, Mueller referred to the Southern District of New The York Attorney's Office (SDNY) involved Trump in the campaign-funding violations that linked former lawyer Michael Cohen to two women allegedly doing business with Trump.
As part of the SDNY investigation, Cohen alleged several charges of tax evasion, tax evasion, bank fraud, and campaign finance violations. Although Trump was not specifically mentioned in the indictment, it is widely believed that he is the person the prosecutors in the court filing have termed "individual." According to lawyers, the president becomes an unannounced conspirator.
The New York Procuratorate has also recently signaled an interest in Trump's founding committee.
Cohen still cooperates with prosecutors in the investigation of the SDNY as well as in other ongoing criminal investigations. However, during a blockbuster hearing last month at the House Oversight Committee, he learned more about Trump's financial affairs.
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In addition to the involvement of Trump Jr. and Allen Weisselberg, the Chief Financial Officer of the Trump organization, in the "Gardens – Financial Fraud "" With regard to the silent payment payments, Cohen also said that it is possible that Trump inflated or reduced the value of its financial assets for insurance and tax purposes.