Donald Trump’s real estate company has turned over 900,000 documents in a New York state asset-valuation probe, but only 10 belonged to the former president himself.
Lawyers with state Attorney General Letitia James’s office told a judge at a hearing Monday that they thought there were yet more Trump documents to be produced and expressed skepticism the Trump Organization would meet an April 15 deadline to comply with records subpoenas.
“It’s unbelievable that the Trump Organization can be near completion of production of Mr. Trump’s sources,” Assistant Attorney General Austin Thompson said. “There’s a serious gap between what we understand they’re looking at and what they understand they’re
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