The government has been investigating whether the company allegedly lied to domestic workers in order to get loans and receive money and taxes.
The attorney general’s office in New York has said it has begun investigating cases against former US President Donald Trump’s company, exceeding what was previously a forensic investigation.
Attorney General Letitia James has been investigating whether the Trump Organization lied that property was in debt to get out of debt and to benefit from taxes.
“We have informed the Trump Organization that our research in the organization is not just a matter of culture,” Fabien Levy, a spokesman for the attorney general’s office, said in a statement Tuesday.
“We are now actively investigating the Trump administration on violence, as well as the Manhattan DA,” he said.
The Trump administration was not immediately available for comment. Trump says the investigation James, the Democrat oversees, is politically motivated.
James has been investigating whether the Trump administration is raising prices for certain items to get better loans, and lowering its prices to pay taxes.
Individually, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has been investigating Trump’s pre-presidential business for more than two years.
Vance’s office has announced in court that it is investigating “perhaps the biggest and longest-running cases” in the former President of the Trump Organization, including tax evasion and insurance fraud and business fraud.
Vance’s investigation began after former attorney general and attorney Michael Michael Cohen paid a bribe to comfort two women ahead of the 2016 Trump election-related sex.
The poll has been accelerated since Republican Trump lost his second term to Democrat President Joe Biden.