In New York the ongoing investigation into Donald Trump and his business practices has yielded new claims from the state. According to a new filing, the AG alleges that Trump inflated his net worth by billions.
But it gets worse from there. According to reports and court documents, New York alleges that Trump inflated his assets by $2B per year in a widespread con to convince banks to lend on better terms. The scheme is understood to have started in 2011 and persisted every two years after that.
It is the latest in a long line of fraudulent accusations and some proven claims against the disgraced businessman and politician. Despite his fraudulent behavior, Trump remains a front-runner among Republican voters.
The filing which can be viewed by clicking here is part of a large case against Donald and at least three of his adult children for deceptive business practices.