: Trump’s family business ordered to pay $1.6 million in tax-fraud fines


Former President Donald Trump’s family business was ordered to pay about $1.6 million in criminal fines following its tax-fraud conviction in December. New York State Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan imposed the penalty at a hearing Friday, according to the Wall Street Journal. A jury in December found two Trump Organization entities guilty of 17 criminal counts, including tax fraud and conspiracy.

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