A 2014 fight for the Buffalo Bills helped set the stage for the New York AG’s investigation of Trump’s company.
Prosecutors finally won the fierce battle to get his tax returns and reams of financial records. Here’s what comes next.
Nowhere was the hemorrhaging more apparent than at the State Department — where a brewing revolt among top diplomats delivered fresh information to the impeachment inquiry.
“It is difficult to overstate the degree of damage Giuliani appears to be inflicting on the president these past few months”
“If they are stonewalled now, they’ll take it as further evidence of obstruction. And they can drop all that evidence into a second article of impeachment”
The move marks yet another front in Trump’s ever-widening legal battle to keep his finances, and specifically his tax returns, secret.
In the middle of the hearing, he tweeted out a link to a new website supporting his “potential senate run.”
It remains unclear why the Manhattan DA wants to see Trump’s tax returns.
The apparent admission brings new urgency to the legal clash over Deutsche, which worked more closely with Trump than any other bank over two decades.
House Democrats dropped some of their most blunt language yet about their current stance on impeachment
“He can say it’s a political hit job all he wants, but there’s a credible violation of New York State law”