Washington, Ta. 1
The chief financial officer of former President Donald Trump’s company has surrendered before a court on charges of tax evasion. Although no direct allegations have been leveled against Trump so far, but in the near future, this matter could become a problem for Trump.
A Manhattan attorney has accused the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, Ellen Whistleberg, of tax evasion and misconduct. Preliminary inquiry has also been started in the matter. Based on a preliminary investigation, an indictment was filed in Manhattan District Court against the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer.
The Trump Organization’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Ellen Whistleberg has surrendered in a Manhattan court following serious allegations of tax evasion. Along with the CFO, his lawyers also joined the surrender. Former President Donald Trump’s troubles can now be increased by allegations of tax evasion against Trump’s family business and the Trump Organization.
If any new facts emerge from the CFO’s statement, then it is likely that the family members of Donald Trump or even Donald Trump himself may be in trouble. During Donald Trump’s tenure, US media claimed that there was an investigation into tax evasion by the Trump Organization.
This move of the CFO of the Trump Organization will affect other companies of the Trump family. Its impact can be seen in everything from investors to investors. No official word was given on what specific clauses have been imposed against the Trump Organization’s CFO. Even Donald Trump has refrained from commenting on the matter.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance is working with New York Attorney General Letitia James to investigate tax evasion at Trump’s companies. The investigation could present a challenge to the Trump family.