In a very suspicious turn of events, the Trump Organization removed Allen Weisselberg as an officer/director of over 40 properties immediately after his indictment, including the Scotland golf course.
Barbara Res, a former Trump Organization executive, wrote a column that should leave no doubt in anyone's mind that Trump is guilty of tax evasion and is “in the worst trouble of his life.”
Don't worry, there are even more ongoing investigations!
"This is one of the worst days that Donald Trump has had since January 6th, and legally up on par with some of the Mueller indictment days," the MSNBC host said.
Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen predicts that the Allen Weisselberg indictment is just a preview of actions to come, from the COO of the Trump Organization all the way to the top.
Allen Weisselberg turned himself in.
The charges against him are related to unpaid taxes.
"Remember, for a company to be found guilty, the government has to prove that at least one individual at the company is criminally liable," Andrew Weissman said.
Prosecutors will continue to press the Trump Organization executive to testify against his boss.
Allen Weisselberg's former daughter-in-law said that she expects the Trump Organization's accountant to testify against former President Donald Trump.
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