Donald Trump Jr.
In a court document dated Feb. 23, Washington DC Attorney General Karl Racine's office revealed Trump Jr.
According to court records, the Trump Jr. testimony session
In addition to the Washington DC Attorney General's lawsuit, prosecutors from the Manhattan prosecutor's office are also investigating the financial situation of the Trump Organization, and questioning the business units that Trump Jr.
One source said prosecutors were asking "everything about Donald, Ivanka, Don Jr, Eric and Allen Weisselberg (chief financial officer)".
Eric Trump was summoned by the New York Attorney General's office during a civil investigation of the Trump Organization.
Court records show that the Washington DC Attorney General's office asked the court to allow more time to gather data and conduct testimony because the office was repeatedly obstructed.
The lawsuit has summoned 10 witnesses to testify, but only three have verified payment from the Trump Inauguration Committee for the Loews Madison hotel bill.