Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By David A. Fahrenthold Washington Post June 14, 2018 The New York attorney general on Thursday filed suit against President Donald Trump and his three eldest children alleging ‘‘persistently illegal conduct’’ at the president’s personal charity, saying Trump repeatedly misused the nonprofit – to pay off his businesses’ creditors, to decorate one of his golf clubs and to stage a multimillion dollar giveaway at his 2016 campaign events.In the suit, filed Thursday morning, attorney general Barbara Underwood asked a state judge to dissolve the Donald J. Trump Foundation. She asked that its remaining $1 million in assets be distributed to other charities and that Trump be forced to pay at least $2.8 million in restitution and penalties.Underwood also asks that Trump be banned from leading any other New York nonprofit for 10 years – seeking to apply a penalty usually reserved for the operators of small-time charity frauds to the president of the United States. Advertisement In the suit, Underwood noted that Trump had already paid more than $330,000 in reimbursements and penalty taxes since 2016. New York state began probing the… Read full this story
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