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Donald Trump’s company is “soon deceased,” predicts Mary Trump

Mary Trump, an avid critic of former President Donald Trump and his niece, said Saturday that her uncle’s business was “defunct” as the Trump Organization continued to face a number of issues related to its business practices.

During a Saturday episode of The Mary Trump Showthe niece of the former president spoke about the presence of the Secret Service in Trump hotels.

“…the soon-defunct Trump Organization has been charging the Secret Service five times the government limit to stay in its shitty hotels, we learn,” Mary Trump said. “We learned that — and that for me, I’ll never fail to understand why it wasn’t made a bigger deal — that he politicized it.”

Her comments follow the House Committee on Oversight and Reform report released Monday, which revealed that Trump hotels have allegedly been charging the Secret Service up to $1,185 a night for dozens of trips to protect Trump, himself after leaving the White House. This number is five times higher than the recommended government rate for hotel stays while protecting him and his surroundings.

Trump's company is 'soon defunct', Mary Trump
Above, former President Donald Trump speaks at a Save America rally Saturday in Robstown, Texas. Mary Trump, an avid critic of Trump and his niece, said Saturday that her uncle’s business was “defunct” as the Trump Organization continues to face a number of issues related to its business practices.
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The Trump Organization said Secret Service agents who traveled with Trump to properties he owned stayed free or paid, but the committee’s report said otherwise.

The former president reportedly visited his properties 547 times, including 145 visits to Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, while in office.

The committee chair, Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat from New York, wrote a letter to Kimberly Cheatle, the director of the Secret Service, last Monday, urging the agency to honor the committee’s inquiry request.

“The exorbitant rates being charged to the Secret Service and the frequent visits by agents to Trump-owned estates raise significant concerns about the former president’s proprietary dealings and may have resulted in a taxpayer-funded windfall for the ailing businesses of the president.” former President Trump,” Maloney wrote.

Trump is also facing a lawsuit from New York Attorney General Letitia James seeking repayment of at least $250 million for alleged fraudulent practices and removing Trump’s family members, including Donald Jr., Eric and Ivanka, from their positions within the Trump Organization .

James claimed that the Trumps committed “numerous acts of fraud and misrepresentation” and that the ex-president “roughly” inflated his fortune by billions of dollars. She also accused him of defrauding lenders and others with false and misleading financial statements.

Last month, Trump’s former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, said the lawsuit puts Trump in “the worst position he’s ever faced, which is criminal liability.”

Cohen also said James’ lawsuit could “wipe him out” financially if a court requires him to pay compensation – adding that the former president could be sentenced to “much more than what is mentioned in James’ lawsuit” baseline” of $250 million.

James also referred suspected criminal violations to the Southern District of New York (SDNY) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

“Let’s see if the Southern District of New York, which is no longer under his control, will take the mantle,” Cohen said. “IRS – it’s an open and closed case. Numbers don’t lie. people do it. And Donald is one of the biggest liars you will ever meet.”

news week contacted Trump’s media office for comment.

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