The biggest threat to Donald Trump does not need to come from Robert Mueller, but from a series of extensive parallel investigations of Trump's business, which is now underway in the states of New York and New Jersey. Where the investigating judicial system right now, including on Donald Trump's personal involvement in the payments to porrskådisen Stormy Daniels makes him guilty of a crime. They are investigating a series of suspected fraud in the financing of Trump's installation ceremony as president in 2017. In addition there is also a range of other investigations, that Trump and his close associates may have indulged in money-laundering, the illegal use of the campaign, the irregularities surrounding the Trump foundation, and the controversies surrounding the son of Jared Kushners security status in the White House.
going on at the same time, an investigation of Trump's companies violated the law when they hired undocumented workers at Trump's golf courses.
In February, launched the state of New York further investigation on insurance fraud in Trumps businesses, after congressman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the interrogation of Michael Cohen seemed revealed new details about this. Common to these investigations is that Trump can't do much to stop them.
Democrats in the house of representatives justitieutskott has also embarked on a massive investigation of Trump's political and economic activities, in which they demanded documents and testimony from 81 persons, authorities, companies and institutions. The democrats have, among other things, demanded documents and testimony from Donald Trumps son Donald Trump Junior, from Allen, Weissberg, chief financial officer of Trump's companies, the deputy security advisor KT McFarland and Trumps the former director of communications, Hope Hicks.
the chairman of the house justitieutskott, explained that the goal is to ”investigate the abuse of power, corruption and attempts to obstruct the course of justice”. Although much of the investigation revolves around the contacts with Russia as a Trump campaign had during the election campaign in 2016, this suggests the commission's massive scale that the democrats also will look for other crimes that may have taken place in the Trump business. The goal is, according to Nadler, not only to find the possible crimes that took place in Trump's staff, but also to try and put a stop to what the democrats see as an ongoing wave of corruption and ethical misconduct in Trumps government.
there is Much to suggest thus that the investigations against Trump will continue for many months, and likely several years, after that Mueller is finished.
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