How Ivanka Trump Avoided Real Estate Fraud Charge In 2012

Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr. were almost indicted over fraud accusations: report

Questions raised over how Trump Jr., Ivanka avoided indictment in real estate deal

According to an in-depth report by ProPublica, prosecutors in the Manhattan District Attorney's office built a criminal case against Ivanka and Donald Jr., with evidence including emails that show that pair were clear they were using inflated numbers about how well the units were selling as a way to attract buyers.

"The Trump children 'approved, knew of, agreed to, and intentionally inflated the numbers to make more sales, ' one person who saw the e-mails told us", the article said.

The congressman also called on the Federal Bureau of Investigation to look into a report that the couple, both of whom are now White House employees, transferred personal email accounts to computers run out of the Trump Organization after it became clear lawmakers were looking into the matter, NBC News reported.

Two Democratic lawmakers are calling on the White House to revoke the security clearances of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, citing reports that they say demonstrate a "brazen disregard for ethics and their apparent intention to skirt good governance rules".

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But then, according to a collaborative report between The New Yorker, ProPublica, and WNYC, president Trump's longtime attorney, Marc Kasowitz, donated $25,000 to the Manhattan District Attorney's, Cyrus Vance, reelection campaign.

Just before the 2012 meeting, Vance's campaign had returned Kasowitz's $25,000 contribution-but less than six months after his office dropped the case, Kasowitz made an even larger donation and helped raise more money from others. After the investigation ceased, Kasowitz reportedly wrote another check to the re-elected DA, for $50,000.

Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. were close to being indicted in 2012 for misleading buyers about units in a Trump-branded New York City property, according to a new report.

Five months before Kasowitz met with Vance, the Trumps settled a civil suit with several Trump Soho investors. Vance returned those donations before meeting with Kasowitz. None of the investigators on the case reportedly were present. (The lawsuit was settled in 2011, The New York Times reported past year.) Sources told The New Yorker, ProPublica, and WYNC that there are emails showing the Trump siblings knew they were misleading prospective buyers and coordinated what false information to give them. "I had to make a call and I made the call, and I think I made the right call". He said he's "never made a contribution to anyone's campaign, including Cy Vance's, as a "quid-pro-quo" for anything".

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"This was a two-year investigation that never produced sufficient evidence to support a criminal prosecution", said Joan Vollero, Vance's director of communications. "No outside attorney influenced any decision in this matter".

President Trump frequently criticized opponent Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail for her use of a private email server while Secretary of State.

According to ProPublica, the Trump SoHo went into foreclosure in 2014, and only 33 percent of units have been sold, while a creditor has taken over ownership.

Ivanka told reporters in 2010 that the 43-story luxury building was 60 percent sold, an important indicator of a safe investment.

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