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Trump’s longtime accounting firm revise the last ten years of Trump’s financial records.

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The accounting firm that over the years produced monthly financial accounts to Donald Trump and his businesses has cut connections with his firm and claims that a decade’s worth of the statements “should not be relied on.”

Mazars USA, the company that owns it Mazars USA, wrote to the Trump Organization’s chief legal officer Alan Garten on February 9. The letter was used as an exhibit in a document filed on Monday by the New York attorney general’s office that seeks depositions from Trump and his two kids, Donald Jr. and Ivanka Trump, in an ongoing fraud investigation.

In the letter in the letter, Mazar’s executive points to revelations from the investigation by the attorney general among the reasons why the company’s accounting department is not being held to their financial reports for months that ended on June 30, 2011, to June 30, 2020, and also dropping it from its Trump Organization.

“This result (is) built, partly, on the filings submitted by the New York Attorney General on January 18, 2022, the results of the investigation we conducted, as well as information we received from internal as well as outside sources,” said Mazar’s chief counsel William Kelly.

In the letter, Kelly stated Mazars “performed its duties under the professional standards” and that they compiled the documents from information provided by Trump Organization. Trump Organization.

A spokesperson from Trump Organization said in an email: Trump Organization said in an email “While we’re sad that Mazars has decided to leave on February 9, 2022, the letter confirms that, following an additional review of all previous accounts of their financial position, Mazars’ work was executed in accordance to all accounting standards and practices and that the statements of financial position do not have any significant discrepancies.”

“This confirms that the investigations conducted by authorities like the DA and AG are irrelevant,” the spokesperson said.

Ronald Fischetti, an attorney who represents Trump, did not respond to requests to make any comments. A spokesperson from Mazars USA did not immediately respond to a request for clarification.

Financial statements have been used to procure loans to Trump Organization. Trump Organization and are an area of interest for at least two investigations. A criminal investigation is ongoing into Trump and his company. Last year, charges were brought against the business and its chief financial executive, Allen Weisselberg. New York Attorney General Letitia James is leading a separate civil probe. Her office has said in court documents that the investigation attempts to determine if the statements of financial status were used to defraud lenders.

According to court documents, James’ office subpoenaed Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Ivanka Trump in December 2021, triggering an angry response from lawyers for Trump and Ivanka Trump and Ivanka Trump. They are opposing James’ demands that they appear in depositions.

The subpoenas request “testimony and other documents in connection with an investigation regarding the value of property owned or controlled by Donald J. Trump or the Trump Organization, or any subject that the Attorney General considers relevant or relevant,'” to a court document filed.

Trump and his lawyers have repeatedly denied James of seeking to pursue the probe against James as a ploy to gain political support. This accusation lies at the center of a lawsuit filed by Trump on December 21. In a call to CBS News that day, Trump claimed to be an “aggrieved and innocent victim” and declared James the investigation “a fake.”

James released the statement released Monday that “evidence is growing to show that Donald J. Trump and the Trump Organization used fraudulent and false financial statements to gain financial gain.”

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