Reuters Brian Snyder
The attorney general’s office in Washington confirmed that it is seeking to question the eldest son of US President Donald Trump as part of the investigation into allegations of misuse of donor funds during his father’s inauguration in 2017.
Forbes magazine quoted a spokesman for the District Attorney’s office, Carl Racine, as confirming that the office issued a request to hear the statements of the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., indicating that the office interrogated other people within the framework of the case, including the president’s daughter and advisor, Ivanka. Trump.
The US District Attorney last year filed a lawsuit against the Trump Organization and his inauguration committee that the commission paid more than $ 1 million in improper payments to the Trump Hotel during his week of inauguration.
Ivanka Trump confirmed last December that she had questioned the prosecutors for hours over the case, accusing them of bias and politicizing the investigation.
Source: Forbes + RT