On Tuesday, a New York judge, Arthur Engoron, delivered a significant blow to former President Donald Trump and his family.
According to the yahoo on Wednesday, September 27, the ruling found Donald Trump, his two adult sons Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr., as well as their real estate business, the Trump Organization, liable for fraud.
This decision has far-reaching implications for the Trump family’s reputation and business ventures.
Mary Trump, the former president’s niece, wasted no time in expressing her thoughts on the matter. Taking to social media, she fired off a series of jokes aimed at her uncle and cousins. In one tweet, she wrote, “Breaking: Donald.”
The brevity of her message encapsulated the magnitude of the ruling and its impact on the Trump family.
Judge Engoron’s ruling concluded that the Trump family had provided false financial statements and consistently exaggerated their wealth to lenders and insurers.
This pattern of deception ultimately led to the revocation of the Trump Organization’s business certifications.
As a result, the former president now faces significant obstacles in conducting business within the state of New York.
The ruling not only tarnishes the reputation of Donald Trump but also affects his adult sons and their involvement in the Trump Organization.
Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr., who have been actively involved in their father’s business empire, now find themselves implicated in fraudulent activities.
The legal consequences of this ruling may have long-lasting effects on their personal and professional lives.
Mary Trump’s response on social media reflects her ongoing criticism of her family members. As an outspoken critic of her uncle’s presidency, she has consistently voiced her concerns about his character and actions.
This latest ruling serves as another opportunity for her to express her dissatisfaction with her family’s behavior.
The revocation of the Trump Organization’s business certifications adds another layer of complexity to Donald Trump’s post-presidential life.
With limited ability to conduct business in New York, the former president’s future ventures may face significant challenges.
This ruling could potentially impact his financial standing and limit his options for future business endeavors.