Trump’s Accountants Sever Ties, No Longer Stand By Statements
By Christian Berthelsen
Feb. 15, 2022, 12:18 AM
The Trump Organization’s accounting firm said a decade of financial statements for Donald Trump can’t be relied upon and that it won’t do any new work for the company, a development New York Attorney General Letitia James said showed the urgency of her civil fraud investigation.
The firm, Mazars, notified Alan Garten, the chief lawyer for the Trump Organization, of its decision last week in a letter, which James included in court filing Monday urging a judge to order Trump to comply with her subpoena and document requests. The state is investigating what it says was ...