A two-year tax inquiry into a golf facility owned by former President Donald Trump was reportedly discontinued by a Democrat prosecutor in New York.
After looking into claims that Trump’s business had submitted false property appraisals to reduce taxes, Westchester County District Attorney Miriam Rocah made the announcement that no charges will be brought against the former president or his business.
The investigation, which got under way in 2021, concentrated on taxes associated with Briarcliff Manor, a town in Westchester County, home to the Trump National Golf Club.
On Thursday, Rocah told CBS News that it was crucial for Americans to believe in the rule of law.
Trump’s court triumph comes as he is being prosecuted on 37 federal counts relating to his handling of secret information as well as charges in Manhattan for allegedly paying Stormy Daniels.
Tuesday, the former president was charged in Miami, where he entered a not-guilty plea.
Trump nominee and U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon will preside over the next trial, which special counsel Jack Smith promised would go “quickly.”