A perfect example of what happens when you set loose a special prosecutor with unlimited time and resources upon a president.
An investigation of a donor to President Trump’s inaugural is being conducted by the U.S. attorney in New York, according to the Washington Post. The actions likely stems from the probe by special counsel Robert Mueller, who may have referred the case to the U.S. attorney.
The man under investigation, I suppose for illegally directing foreign funds to Trump’s campaign, was
According to the Post:
The subpoena also specifically seeks all communications with one donor, Los Angeles venture capitalist Imaad Zuberi, as well as the firm with which he is affiliated, Avenue Ventures. The company donated $900,000 to the inaugural committee, records show.
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump dance during the Armed Services Inaugural Ball in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20, 2017. (Kevin Dietsch/Bloomberg)
Steve Rabinowitz, a spokesman for Zuberi, said in a telephone interview that Zuberi knew nothing about the subpoena until contacted by a reporter.
“It is well known that after supporting President Obama and Hillary Clinton that Imaad gave generously and directly to the Trump inaugural,” Rabinowitz said. “But many others gave substantially more. If in fact he is named in this subpoena, never mind somehow named alone, he is bewildered why.”