Ivanka Trump was questioned for more than 5 hours
Ivanka Trump, critical of the Washington, DC judicial office, after being questioned sworn in a 2017 inaugural spending lawsuit. Ivanka Trump, daughter of President Donald Trump, shared on Twitter on Tuesday that he was the victim of a bias investigation. "This week, I spent more than 5 hours in the judiciary office of the DC Democratic Party This investigation is another politically motivated demonstration of people's hatred and waste of tax money" - child wrote President Trump.
Ivanka Trump's tweet also shared an email showing President Donald Trump's daughter had told her father's hotel managers in Washington about calculating "fair market prices" for hotel services in inauguration after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election. “I shared with them an email from 4 years ago in which I sent instructions to the hotel to charge“ at fair market rates "(as below) and the hotel followed suit," wrote Ivanka Trump.
The tweet included an email Ivanka Trump sent to the hotel managers on December 14, 2016, saying: "Why don't you Call and negotiate. It should be a fair market rate. The incident comes more than a month after her brother, Eric Trump, was questioned sworn in a New York judicial lawsuit for avoiding subpoenas until after the general election. President of the US profit.
"An independent investigation by my office revealed that the Inauguration Committee paid exorbitant and illegal prices to the Trump Hotel to rent event space for inauguration activities. It is the result of a collaboration between Inaugural Committee Vice Chairman Rick Gates, the Trump International Hotel Management Board and members of the Trump family, "said Racine. The lawsuit by the head of the Washington judiciary accused President Donald Trump's inauguration committee of paying more than $ 1 million to the hotel. On December 1, in connection with this lawsuit, Ivanka Trump, as well as her husband Jared Kushner - were arrested by the attorneys of the Washington D.C. judicial office. interrogation sworn.
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