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Trump Organization expects to be charged Manhattan DA case


Signage is seen outside of The Trump Building in New York City, New York, U.S., June 28, 2021.

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A spokesman for DA Cyrus Vance Jr. has repeatedly declined to comment on the probe or any timing of possible charges.

Ronald Fischetti, a lawyer for the Trump Organization, and spokesmen for the company did not immediately respond to requests from CNBC seeking comment.

If the Trump Organization is convicted of a crime, the company could face fines or restrictions on its conduct going forward.

Fischetti told CNBC last week, “In my more than 50 years of practice, never before have I seen the District Attorney’s Office target a…


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