Ivanka Trump was ousted on Tuesday as part of an ongoing lawsuit by the Washington Attorney General alleging misuse of funds since the inauguration of President Donald Trump in 2017, new court documents show.
DC Attorney General Carl Racine has sued Mr. Trump’s founding committee and businesses that control the Trump International Hotel in Washington back in January, arguing that a non-profit inaugural committee coordinated with members of the Trump family must pay for a seat for events in a way that enriched Trump. Racine claims that the founding committee knew it was paying above market prices and had not considered cheaper alternatives. The lawsuit, filed in the DC Supreme Court, alleges that more than $ 1
CNN first announced the postponement of Ivanka Trump.
Trump’s eldest daughter, as a senior adviser to the president, was closely involved in White House internal affairs and assisted her father in the 2016 and 2020 presidential campaigns.