The former daughter-in-law of Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg, Jennifer Weisselberg, has been very public with the details she knows regarding the investigation into her old father-in-law as well as the ex-president, even if it’s ultimately cost her home as her ex-father-in-law evicts her amid the investigations. But according to Jennifer, it looks as though Allen and Donald aren’t the only persons of interest to criminal prosecutors investigating the former president’s business — apparently, they’re asking questions about one of Trump’s children too.
During a recent appearance on MSNBC, Jennifer, who has served as a key witness in the investigation, claimed that criminal investigators asked her about the middle Trump son Eric during one of their interviews.
Jennifer Weisselberg the former daughter-in-law of the Trump Organization’s CFO said that prosecutors asked her about Eric Trump. pic.twitter.com/D6Ge0LdgmI
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) May 26, 2021
“Yes. You know, I just found out recently when the attorney general’s office initially called me, I didn’t know it was on the heels of Allen Weisselberg’s deposition last July and August, but they initiated a call to me in early September and right before Eric was deposed,” Allen Weisselberg’s former daughter-in-law said on MSNBC‘s The Beat with Ari Melber. “And, so, then we had a long interview, and they did bring up Eric, yes.”
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This serves as confirmation for us regular folks that criminal prosecutors are sniffing around at least one of the Trump spawns in connection to the mounting investigation against the Trump Organization. Of course, we certainly can’t rule out the possibility that all of the Trump children may eventually be pulled into the ordeal, but it does seem as though Eric is currently the one in the most legal jeopardy at present time, which makes sense, given that Eric was always the grifter-in-chief when it comes to his daddy’s various business ventures.
We can only hope this means that the whole crime syndicate family will soon go down for their transgressions.