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Trump Organization- Found Guilty of Criminal Tax Fraud, Impossible to Imagine for Americans

In a case brought by the Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office, a jury in Manhattan today convicted the Trump Organization guilty of all 17 counts of tax fraud and corrupting financial documents/records.

Trump’s “Truth,” “The very unjust Manhattan D.A. Fringe Benefits Case, the likes of which has never been tried in our Country, has broken apart,” has been disproven. For “Trump,” there was no gain, and we were unaware of it. Even the media claims, if we are handled honestly, which has always been a great concern for me, we will win. At a time when violent crime in New York has increased to an all-time high, this Witch Hunt has cost NYC millions of dollars. Looked for 8 million pages of documents and got nothing. Concentrate on MURDER!”

Trump, however, holds a lot of crazy beliefs, one of which is; the Manhattan District Attorney hasn’t brought a murder case to trial since 2015. That is… WHAT THE?

The Trump Organization claimed the 15-year scheme to pay high-level employees with pre-tax money was carried out by dishonest executives who only wanted to cheat Uncle Sam and the New York Department of Taxation and Finance out of their deserving share. However, the jury members were unconvinced by this claim.

Maybe this was due to the fact that it appeared to be widely known within the company that numerous members of the C-suite, including CFO Allen Weisselberg, were having housing and vehicles worth hundreds of thousands of dollars taken from their pay before filing their W-2s.

Whether it was because no one was removed from the business after this allegedly criminal scheme was discovered; in fact, Weisselberg claimed, he stayed on staff and received a birthday celebration on the day he allegedly went wild. Also, this was due to the fact that earlier to being elected president, Trump personally signed the private school tuition checks for Weisselberg’s grandchildren, which were then subtracted from the accountant’s highest income.

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