As his second Senate impeachment trial gets underway, former President Donald Trump faces growing legal scrutiny of his conduct in the aftermath of the 2020 election and of his business practices in the years before taking office.
New York Attorney General Letitia James, who is leading a civil probe of Trump and his family business, told ABC News Live that she is acquiring new evidence daily — “thousands and thousands” of documents — even as the former president continues to resist cooperating since leaving office.
“We’re not getting more cooperation. They continue to obstruct. They continue to come up with excuses, and we will seek to compel their testimony and production of documents if necessary,” James said. “The evidence and the investigation are not going to change simply because Donald Trump is now a private citizen.”
James has been reviewing whether Trump manipulated the value of some of his real estate holdings for tax and insurance purposes, zeroing in on at least four…
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