Add the Westchester County, N.Y., DA Mimi E. Rocah, to the Manhattan DA.s look into Trump’s business operations dealing with real estate….
Both DA’s are looking at possible tax fraud situations in connection with property values and taxes not paid ….
Trump and Co. are also under scrutiny down in Georgia for his efforts involved in the Georgia election vote counting….
Trump just did a 4 hour question and answering sit-down on another civil case….
There ARE numerous more coming his way….
Former President Donald J. Trump’s family business, which is already under indictment in Manhattan, is facing a criminal investigation by another prosecutor’s office that has begun to examine financial dealings at a golf course the company owns, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
In recent months, the district attorney’s office in suburban Westchester County, N.Y., has subpoenaed records from the course, Trump National Golf Club Westchester, and the town of Ossining, which sets property taxes on the course, a sprawling private club that is perched on a hill north of New York City and boasts a 101-foot waterfall.
The full scope of the investigation could not be determined, but the district attorney, Mimi E. Rocah, appears to be focused at least in part on whether Mr. Trump’s company, the Trump Organization, misled local officials about the property’s value to reduce its taxes, one of the people said.
Ms. Rocah, a Democrat, has not accused anyone at the company of wrongdoing, and it is unclear whether the investigation is examining Mr. Trump’s conduct or if it would ultimately lead to any charges.
Still, the Westchester inquiry intensifies the law enforcement scrutiny on Mr. Trump and his family business. Both have been the subject of a long-running criminal investigation by the Manhattan district attorney’s office, which is examining a range of potential financial and tax improprieties.
In July, Manhattan prosecutors charged the Trump Organization and its longtime financial chief, Allen H. Weisselberg, with failing to pay taxes on employee perks like cars and apartments. Mr. Trump was not charged in the case, which also involves the New York attorney general, but the investigation is continuing and he remains a subject of it. The prosecutors in that inquiry have sought to pressure Mr. Weisselberg into cooperating against Mr. Trump.
Mr. Trump’s attempts to overturn Georgia’s election results last year are the subject of a separate criminal investigation.
The Trump Organization declined to comment about the investigation involving the Westchester club, one of 16 golf properties the company owns or operates. Kerry A. Lawrence, a lawyer for the club, also declined to comment….