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Trump’s longtime accounting firm throws him under the bus — will no longer vouch for his past financial statements

According to The New York Times, Mazars USA, the accounting firm that has done business former President Donald Trump for years, has “cut ties” with the Trump Organization last week “amid ongoing criminal and civil investigations into whether Mr. Trump illegally inflated the value of his assets.”

The decision, which was disclosed to the company in a Feb. 9 letter from the accounting firm, comes amid criminal and civil investigations into whether Mr. Trump illegally inflated the value of his assets. The firm, Mazars USA, compiled the financial statements based on information the former president and his company provided.

The letter instructed the Trump Organization to essentially retract the documents, known as statements of financial condition, from 2011 to 2020. In the letter, Mazars noted that the firm had not “as a whole” found material discrepancies between the information the Trump Organization provided and the actual value of Mr. Trump’s assets. But given what it called “the totality of circumstances” — including Mazars’ own investigation — the letter directed the Trump Organization to notify anyone who received the statements that they should no longer rely on them.

Read the full report over at The New York Times.

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