New York's newly elected attorney general is about to become the Trump family's worst nightmare
Donald Trump and his offspring are most certainly sweating the special counsel investigation into their increasingly obvious collusion with the Russians, the NRA, and a cast of bad characters like Roger Stone, but their real nightmare is about to begin and it has nothing to do with Robert Mueller. No, no. The worst fears of the Trump family crime organization are going to be realized when Leticia James is sworn in as New York’s attorney general. Unlike her predecessors, she is not going to look the other way. In fact, she’s coming at them with all that she has—and she plans to leave no stone unturned. In an interview with NBC News, James said, «We will use every area of the law to investigate President Trump and his business transactions and that of his family as well.»
Leticia James outlined just a few of the areas they intend to investigate immediately, including exactly how Donald Trump got $413 million from his father in sketchy real estate transactions and tax schemes and much more.
Any potential illegalities involving Trump's real estate holdings in New York, highlighting a New York Times investigation published in October into the president's finances.
The June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian official.
Examine government subsidies Trump received, which were also the subject of Times investigative work.
Whether he is in violation of the emoluments clause in the U.S. Constitution through his New York businesses.
Continue to probe the Trump Foundation.
In fact, James went even further, saying she would «investigate anyone in his orbit who has, in fact, violated the law.» Considering how many criminals Donald Trump, his family, and his associates interact with on a regular basis, Leticia James is about a bring a world of hurt to Trump Tower. In 2012, then New York City District Attorney Cy Vance’s office was on the verge of bringing felony fraud charges against Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump for deceiving investors, but that investigation disappeared like a fart in the wind after Vance received a $25,000 donation from Trump attorney Marc Kasowitz. The New Yorker revealed details of the curious decision from Cy Vance to drop the case, overruling his own attorneys from the Major Economic Crimes Bureau.