The New York State Attorney General’s Office and the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, as part of the U.S. President Donald Trump’s tax investigations, requested data on payments that his daughter, Ivanka Trump, may have received. The New York Times wrote about it.
It is stressed that the subpoenas are related to the income specified by the girl in the tax return of 2017. Then she received more than $747 thousand from her own consulting company.
As the publication writes, this “corresponds exactly to the amount that the Trump Organization issued as a tax deduction for the project to build hotels in Hawaii and Vancouver.
Trump Organization General Counsel Alan Garten believes that this is “another attempt to collect dirt aimed at putting pressure on the company.