Court fight looms as questions swirl over Trump's finances
February 16, 2022
NEW YORK (AP) — Questions about Donald Trump's business practices are piling up. Whether the former president is forced to answer any of them could be decided in a matter of days.
New York's attorney general will go to court Thursday seeking to enforce a subpoena for Trump's testimony in a civil investigation she says uncovered evidence his company used "fraudulent or misleading" valuations of golf clubs, skyscrapers and other properties to get loans and tax benefits.
The hearing, before state Judge Arthur Engoron in Manhattan, is the next step in a legal battle that has unfolded in court...