Land deal that got Trump a $21 million tax break being probed by New York attorney general: report
Donald Trump Jr .; Donald Trump; Eric Trump
Donald Trump Jr .; Donald Trump; Eric Trump Getty / Jeff J. Mitchell
Five years ago, President Donald Trump received a promise to preserve the forest around his luxurious mansion in Westchester County, New York, a tax break of $ 21.1 million, according to a new report in the Washington Post. An investigation is currently underway to see if it has added value to the land.
"The amount of Trump's tax break was determined by a 2016 estimate that found Seven Springs valued at $ 56.5 million - more than double the value valued by the three Westchester County cities, each contained a piece of the property, "reports The Post. "The assessment has now become a focus of one of the most momentous investigations President Trump faces en route to the election."
Trump's son Eric was sitting on the case for a deposit this Monday.
Read the full report on the Washington Post.
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