Donald Trump has another huge problem on his hands as attorneys general for Maryland and the District of Columbia have subpoenaed the Trump Organization and Trump-linked entities in connection with the D.C. hotel case.
Washington Post: “The attorneys general for Maryland and the District of Columbia are seeking financial records and other documents as part of a lawsuit alleging that President Trump’s business violates the Constitution’s ban on gifts or payments from foreign governments.”
“Also receiving subpoenas are federal agencies that may have some information about Trump’s hotel, which operates in the federally owned Old Post Office Pavilion on Pennsylvania Avenue.”
Associated Press: “The subpoenas target more than 30 Trump-linked private entities and the federal agency that oversees the lease for Trump’s D.C. hotel. Subpoenas were also being sent to the Department of Defense, General Services Administration, Department of Commerce, Department of Agriculture and the IRS, all of which have spent taxpayer dollars at the hotel.”