In addition to an investigations by the January 6th committee, the DOJ, and the state of Georgia, Donald Trump is under investigation by the New York attorney general for alleged tax and mail fraud.
To say his post-White House life is different than any president’s who came before him is quite the understatement.
In July, real estate appraisal firm Cushman & Wakefield was held in contempt by New York Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron for their failure to turn over documents subpoenaed by New York Attorney General Letitia James. The firm has finally complied with the subpoena, turning over more than 36,000 documents.
James has previously stated that the firm’s appraisals of Trump’s properties were not without their own shady implications, which explains why the firm may have been so reluctant to produce all of the materials subpoenaed by the courts.
According to NBC News:
‘In court filings, the attorney general’s office said it also discovered “serious problems” with some of Cushman’s appraisals for the Trump Organization over the years, including 40 Wall Street, his Seven Springs property in New York, and his Los Angeles golf club.’
The same judge also held Trump himself in contempt for failing to respond to a subpoena. Trump finally complied in June with a $110,000 fine for his contempt of court fees.
Twitter did not feel sorry for Trump’s legal woes, although some still hold to his rhetoric. Read some of their comments below: