Maxine Waters Wants to Investigate Trump Foundation Because of ‘Tax Evasion Concerns’

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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), who is spearheading the probe into President Trump’s finances wants to investigate the Trump Foundation next because of ‘tax evasion concerns.’

In other words, the most corrupt Congresswoman in US history who routinely calls for Trump’s impeachment wants to harass him by searching for a crime.

Mad Max, who is the Chairwoman of the House Financial Services hinted to reporters on Thursday that she may even have a lead in the form of a letter “from somebody who told me about a situation that they want to talk with me more about,” Politico reported.

President Trump agreed to dissolve his Trump Foundation in December after several months of harassment and abuse by liberal lawyers and the corrupt New York state AG.

The foundation was in the unique position in that it gave more money away than it took in from donations.
This is unheard of.

The Clinton Foundation criminal syndicate is still in operation.

The Trump Foundation was little more than a checkbook for payments to not-for-profits from Mr. Trump or the Trump Organization.
Despite this the left harassed them out of business.

Putting the Trump Foundation out of business isn’t enough for the Democrats — now they want to keep digging in search of IRS violations despite the fact that the IRS has not indicated Donald Trump evaded taxes.

“I think that’s an area that should be looked at because I think the foundation has been used by him to avoid paying taxes,” Maxine Waters said Thursday.

Michael Cohen fanned the flames on Wednesday when he testified to the House Oversight Committee that Donald Trump directed the foundation to pay for a portrait of himself that had been auctioned off.

Maxine Waters also said that Deutsche Bank is “cooperating” with her Committee to get the documents.

Meanwhile, the criminal Clintons still have their Clinton Foundation which was used by Hillary Clinton to sell power and influence and access to the US government while she was Secretary of State – also known as ‘pay-to-play.’