One of Trump’s Lawyers, Ron Fischetti shared that prosecutors have confirmed that Trump himself will not be charged, “at least not with what’s coming down this week,” according to The Western Journal.
“There is no indictment coming down this week against the former president,” Fischetti stated.
“I can’t say he’s out of the woods yet completely.”
“We’re just waiting,” Fischetti stated.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. has been looking into Trump’s business dealings over the last 2 years.
The charges “are limited to a couple of Trump Org employees who didn’t declare taxes on fringe benefits” that they received.
From The Western Journal:
In recent months, investigators have focused on fringe benefits the company allegedly gave to top executives, such as use of apartments, cars and school tuition.
Investigators have scrutinized Trump’s tax records, subpoenaed documents and interviewed witnesses, including Trump insiders and company executives.
Fischetti, who did not attend Monday’s meeting, said the gathering had been arranged “for the Trump Organization — not Donald Trump himself.”
Lawyers representing Donald Trump’s company also met virtually with prosecutors for more than 90 minutes last Thursday.