A woman from the environment of the Trump Organization unpacks. Your report throws a bad light on Donald Trump and should also interest the prosecution.
- Lawsuits against Donald Trump because of possible tax fraud go on.
- The public prosecutor’s office in New York collects evidence against the former president of the USA.
- In the course of Investigations were tasteless details about Donald Trump known.
New York – In the USA several investigations are ongoing against the former US President Donald Trump. In the office of Cyrus Vance, Manhattan District Attorney, is working at full speed. New details from the Akte Trump come to light, not least because the public prosecutor’s office came to light after a long legal battle Trumps Could obtain tax documents. There are also reports of other bad taste that the Ex-President should have allowed himself.
A major player in the investigations around Donald Trumps Machinations is Allen Weisselberg, CFO of Trump Organisation. According to research by the “New Yorker” he is considered one of the hottest candidates among Trumps Confidante acted about its Unpack the past. “I think he is the key to the case,” said Steven M. Cohen, a former federal attorney from the highest political and legal circles in New York.
Mary Trump, the niece and harsh critic of the ex-president, says of him: “Allen Weisselberg knows where all the corpses are buried. “His former daughter-in-law, Jennifer Weisselberg, has already taken a stand against the authorities and shared insider knowledge – as well as tasteless backgrounds Trumps Behavior.
Donald Trump lets employees live in apartments for free
Jennifer Weisselberg is Barry’s ex-wife Weisselbergthat long time for the Trump Organisation ran an ice rink and carousel in New York’s Central Park. At that time they lived for seven years in an apartment owned by the Trump Organisation is. With a view of the huge city park, in one of the most expensive areas of the whole USA. And apparently rent-free.
Because only a small part of the salary was paid, reports Jennifer Weisselberg the “New Yorker” about their employment relationship Donald Trump. “They pay you with apartments and other things, a control tactic so you can’t leave. They own you! You have to do any corrupt shit they ask. ”Living in Central Park is said to have been a gift. If this alleged gift is not mentioned in the tax forms, however, that is enough for a charge, according to the “New Yorker”. Or as leverage to get the big fish in Trump’s Den, Allen Weisselbergto induce cooperation against Trump.
Chief Financial Advisor of the Trump Organization – Donald Trump is his great love
Whether her ex-father-in-law is under pressure Donald Trump and could reveal its secrets, Jennifer Weisselberg is not sure of that. Everyone has “more feelings and admiration for Donald than for his wife,” she says. “It’s business for Donald. But for everyone it is a love affair. ”To illustrate everyone’s admiration, relates Jennifer Weisselberg a story from her personal life: from her first meeting with Donald Trump.
|Alter||73 years (born on August 15, 1947)|
|job||Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer|
|children||Jack Weisselberg, Barry Weisselberg|
she had Donald Trump in everyone’s house Weisselberg met on Long Island long before he won the 2016 US election. The Shivah provided the occasion for Allen’s deceased mother. The Shivah is a Jewish ritual in which close relatives are mourned for a week. Donald Trump appeared in a limo, one of his first comments is said to be “This is where my CFO lives? How embarrassing! ” Then he showed several mourners photos of himself on a yacht – surrounded by naked women. And then the future president is said to have started to harass Jennifer himself. Weisselberg should have let the whole thing happen. Instead of intervening, he just joked.
Well should Allen Weisselberg to the key figure in the numerous lawsuits against Donald Trump become. The 73-year-old is said to have been known as “Das Wiesel” behind his back. His office on the twenty-seventh floor of the Trump Tower should have a hallway with Trumps Shared office. Weisselberg and Trump were often seen together. The “New Yorker” said Jennifer Weisselberg: “You don’t do anything separately. Everyone would know everything. “(Sebastian Richter)
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