Manhattan prosecutors are considering criminal charges against Donald Trump’s company soon, stemming from a A lengthy investigation into the business dealings of the former president.
The New York Times, citing informed sources, reported that Press accusations against the Trump Organization until next week It relates to the fringe benefits that the company provided to senior executives, such as use of apartments and cars, and payment of school fees.
Ron Fichte, a lawyer for the Trump Organization, said he actually met with prosecutors on Thursday for about an hour and a half in order to Try to convince them not to file a criminal charge Officially against the company, but indicated that it would not be unexpected if there were accusations.
“The accusations are outrageous and unprecedented, if they were actually brought. This is just to get back to Donald Trump.”He told The Associated Press on Friday. “We will plead our innocence and file a motion to reject them,” he added.
The Manhattan attorney general’s office declined to comment.