A judge has rejected Trump’s affidavit denying he has documents subpoenaed by the New York attorney general.
“Mr. Trump’s personal affidavit is completely devoid of any useful detail,” the judge wrote.
Former President Trump’s sworn affidavit claims that he doesn’t have any documents subpoenaed by the state attorney general for their investigation into the Trump Organization’s finances.
The judge said Trump’s affidavit was “devoid of any useful detail.”
“Notably,” the Judge wrote, “it fails to state where he kept his files, how his files were stored in the regular course of business, who had access to such files, what, if any, the retention policy was for such files, and, importantly, where he believes such files are currently located.”
“New York Attorney General Letitia James’ office said that if no new records are recovered after the completed review, then it would suggest Trump didn’t preserve records,” reports JustTheNews.
“It is simply not plausible that Mr. Trump authored only three documents dealing with the value of his assets and his wealth,” the office’s lawyers said.
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