The Republican Party gets to plan midterm races with the "head" of their party's company on trial for tax fraud. UH OH!
Eric Trump complained on Sunday that the Trump Organization and the Trump family is facing an onslaught of investigations and that they are forced to respond to subpoenas "every single day."
The panel on Fox News' The Five bashed Hunter Biden for selling artwork, until Jessica Tarlov pointed out their amnesia with regard to Ivanka, Jared, and the Trump Organization.
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.”
The man "who knows all about our complex tax laws" played innocent, but his act doesn't stand up.
Ari Melber puts the indictments into perspective, noting that these indictments will now dog Donald Trump in whatever he does with the Trump Organization.
The charges against him are related to unpaid taxes.
Andrew Weissman explains.
"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.
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