Trump has a sister? American Media: Her tax fraud investigation ended after retirement.

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 Trump has a sister? American Media: Her tax fraud investigation ended after retirement.


[Global Network Report] President Trumps sister is on CNNs homepage today for reasons that have something to do with her brother. According to CNN on November 11, an unpublished court document shows that Maryanne Trump Barry, Trumps sister and judge of the United States Federal Court of Appeal, has retired and the investigation into whether he violated the rules of judicial conduct through tax fraud has ended.

Barrys retirement was first reported by the New York Times, which allegedly filed his retirement papers in February. Ten days ago, the court informed the petitioner that the Judicial Conduct Commission was fully concerned about the case.

But with Barrys retirement, the survey automatically ended.

CNN said the survey was triggered by a New York Times report last fall. Reported that the Trump family participated in the tax plan to maximize the use of Trump, Barry and their brothers and sistersheritage.

But Trumps lawyer, Charles Harder, denied that the original report in the New York Times was wrong. No one cheats or evades taxes. The New York Times is extremely inaccurate on the basis of false accusations, Hard said in a statement last autumn. A lawyer named Scott Shuchart told CNN that last falls New York Times story about the Trump family inspired him to file a complaint against Barry. CNN said Barry did not immediately respond to reporters. Barry was born in New York in 1937 and is the eldest daughter of his family. In 1983, President Reagan appointed Barry as a judge of the Federal District Court of New Jersey. In 1999, then President Clinton nominated her to the U.S. Federal Court of Appeal for the Third Circuit. Source: WWW Author: Ding Jieyun, Editor-in-Charge: Su Hongju_NBJ9980

But Trumps lawyer, Charles Harder, denied that the original report in the New York Times was wrong. No one cheats or evades taxes. The New York Times is extremely inaccurate on the basis of false accusations, Hard said in a statement last autumn.

A lawyer named Scott Shuchart told CNN that last falls New York Times story about the Trump family inspired him to file a complaint against Barry. CNN said Barry did not immediately respond to reporters.

Barry was born in New York in 1937 and is the eldest daughter of his family. In 1983, President Reagan appointed Barry as a judge of the Federal District Court of New Jersey. In 1999, then President Clinton nominated her to the U.S. Federal Court of Appeal for the Third Circuit.