President Trump's daughter testified to prosecutors about the embezzlement of money from the inauguration fund three years ago. The investigation believes that more than $1 million collected by non-governmental organizations was wasted.
The prosecutor's office in Washington has interrogated the daughter and adviser of the incumbent President of the United States Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, in the case of embezzlement of funds in the inaugural fund of the incumbent head of the White House in 2017. We are talking about the amount of one million dollars, writes CNN.
The interrogation on the claim for the misuse of funds took place on Tuesday, December 1.
In January 2020, the Washington prosecutor's office filed a lawsuit against the Trump Organization and the President's Inauguration Committee. Prosecutors claimed they found more than $1 million in abuse. Allegedly, the money was overpaid when renting premises for the inauguration at the Trump Hotel.
The prosecutor's office requested reports from Ivanka Trump herself, as well as from First Lady Melania Trump, from the head of the inauguration committee, Tom Barrack, and the former deputy chairman of the inauguration committee, Rick Gates.
Interrogations will continue next week.
Earlier it was reported that the Attorney General of New York was engaged in the income of Ivanka Trump. He was interested in the fees of the daughter of the President of the United States.