A senior Trump official “tested to the grand jury in case of targeting Donald and his family”
According to reports, a senior Trump Organization financial official testified before a grand jury as part of an investigation into the business affairs of the former President Donald Trump’s family.
According to people familiar with the matter, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office subpoenaed Jefferey McConney, the Trump Organization’s senior treasurer. Tell the New York Times.
McConney is responsible for overseeing the company’s finances and has long served as the controller of the Trump Organization.
According to the documents obtained New York Daily News, McConney was described as “the person responsible for the actual flow of funds.”
The court ordering McConney to appear on the jury is part of an ongoing investigation by the Manhattan DA Office of McConney’s colleagues and the organization’s chief financial officer Alan Wesselberg.
The prosecutor of the Manhattan DA office is investigating Weisselberg’s role in the organization.
According to the New York Times, this includes his personal finances and benefits to his son, Barry, who has worked for the organization for a long time.
A source familiar with the investigation said it was part of a criminal investigation of Trump, his family and company executives. Told CNN before.
Prosecutors are trying to get Wesselberg to cooperate with the authorities in this investigation.
Royal experts say that the queen will not sever ties with Harry because he is worried about his mental health.
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This is a common technique used by prosecutors to try to get individuals against their colleagues in order to establish a case.
According to the New York Daily News, Wesselberg mentioned McConnell’s knowledge of Trump’s financial situation in his testimony six years ago.
“Jeff McConney has worked with me for a long time, and he knows that I adhere to what you call micromanagement to some extent,” Allen testified in his June 2015 testimony.