The Trump Organization
The former president has been found guilty of fraud after overstating the value of his real estate properties. Now, the legal battle could prove to be very expensive.
Testimony in the company’s ongoing fraud trial has offered a glimpse into the former president’s tax habits.
A former state prosecutor said there "really isn’t a whole lot of room" for Trump to wiggle his way out of the New York civil suit against him.
Prosecutors Carey R. Dunne and Mark F. Pomerantz reportedly submitted their resignations after the DA expressed doubts about moving forward with the case.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough said "anybody that's ever known Donald Trump" is familiar with this inclination.
The former president's son was interviewed by the New York attorney general's office in its civil probe into the Trump Organization.
A court petition from an activist group could spell more trouble for the former U.S. president, this time across the sea.
"We are now actively investigating the Trump Organization in a criminal capacity," the office of New York Attorney General Letitia James said.
Republicans put $1.2 million into Trump’s Mar-a-Lago cash registers over the past five years -- more than 69 times as much as they had over the previous five years.
Not so high-flying anymore.