Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg could be charged as soon as this summer
Donald Trump, Allen Weisselberg and Donald Trump, Jr. in Trump Tower in New York City. TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP / Getty Images
The investigation into the Trump Org CFO appears to be nearing its end, the New York Times reported.
Allen Weisselberg could be charged this summer, sources told the Times.
A grand jury heard evidence and prosecutors have his personal tax records, the report said.
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The Trump Organization CFO could face charges as early as this summer as the Manhattan Attorney's investigation nears completion, the New York Times reported.
People familiar with the matter told the Times that a grand jury heard evidence about Allen Weisselberg and that prosecutors received his personal tax records.
It's not clear whether prosecutors will indict Weisselberg, the Times reported.
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The investigation is parallel to a broader investigation into the Trump Organization.
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