Trump will be fired by New York Attorney General on Wednesday
Trump will meet with the New York Attorney General's team during a three-year investigation into whether the Trump Organization misrepresented valued assets in its financial statements.
Trump has been trying to avoid Wednesdays for months . It was a big-gain moment for the former president, just two days after the FBI raided his home in Florida. | | Brandon Bell/Getty Images
Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to testify Wednesday in the office of New York Attorney General Letitia James, who is investigating the business practices of his family company.
Trump will be questioned under oath by James' office, The Associated Press reported Wednesday morning..The former president's son Eric Trump In a tweet on the morning of, he confirmed that the meeting with Trump and James would result in a deposition. Did not immediately respond to confirmation request. A spokeswoman for the attorney general declined to comment.
"Tonight in New York City. Racist N.Y.S. Tomorrow the Attorney General continues the biggest witch hunt in US history!" Trump posted on Truth Social after midnight Wednesday. . "My great company, and myself, are under attack from all sides. Banana Republic!"
Trump Takes Question from New York The Attorney General's team asked the firm's office whether the Trump Organization misrepresented value assets in its financial statements. In a three-year-long investigation, Mr. Trump has spent months trying to avoid Wednesday's deposition — an investigation into alleged mishandling of White House records.It is a very dangerous moment for the former president, just two days after the FBIraided his home in Florida. He is also the subject of a parallel criminal investigation being conducted by .
The State Court of Appeals ruled in his May that Trump and his two eldest sons must submit affidavits in the Attorney General's investigation. , dismissed an appeal overturning Trump's enforcement ruling. Subpoena. The former president's meeting on Wednesday came days after the Attorney General's Office questioned Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump.
James' office said it had found "substantial evidence" that the Trump Organization fraudulently valued multiple assets and misrepresented them to mislead financial institutions. , Trump has denied wrongdoing and said the investigation was politically motivated.
Wednesday's deposition of the former president could represent the final stage of James' civil investigation, after which she could file a lawsuit against Trump or negotiate a settlement with Trump's lawyers.