Not long after President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen testified in front of the House Oversight Committee regarding his old client's alleged habit of inflating his finances, the New York Attorney General's office has reportedly issued subpoenas for bank records related to certain Trump Organization properties.
New York's attorney general has opened a civil investigation into President Donald Trump's business dealings.
Any actions taken by NY would be outside of the presidential constitutional power to pardon.
The New York Times was first to report on the subpoenas.
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Lying on financial forms in order to better your chances for loans is a civil crime, and in NY state the attorney general has broad authority to deal with such matters, including levying huge fines on corporations found in violation of such laws.
The subpoenas also are seeking records related to other transactions including Trump International Hotels in Chicago, Washington, D.C. and Florida. The deal fell through when the team was sold to a rival bidder for $1.4 billion.
Following that testimony New York's insurance regulator issued a subpoena to the Trump Organization's primary insurance broker, Aon Plc, for details about its relationship with the Trump Organization and Trump himself, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Deutsche Bank and Investors Bank declined comment to the Times, while the Trump Organization didn't respond to its requests for comment. Letitia James was recently elected to be New York's attorney general - and she campaigned explicitly on holding Trump legally accountable. In August, referring to the investigation by the special counsel, Robert Mueller, into Russian interference in the 2016 election, she said, "The president of the United States has to worry about three things: Mueller, Cohen, and Tish James". It's unclear what penalties Trump could face, but the state attorney general does have the power to dissolve a business in court if her office finds evidence of illegality. Trump has referred to him as "sleazebag AG Eric Schneiderman" and "Shady Eric". Cohen also said Trump inflated his assets to show how wealthy he was and deflated them to help lower his real estate taxes, particularly on golf courses.