According to a newly released document by the IRS, in a 1998
settlement agreement, the Trump Taj Mahal casino broke anti-money
laundering rules 106 times in its first year and a half of operation in
the early 1990s.
reports have it that the documents and case is a bit of forgotten
history that’s buried in federal records held by an investigative unit
of the Treasury Department, records that congressional committees
investigating Trump’s ties to Russia have obtained access to.
casino repeatedly failed to properly report gamblers who cashed out
$10,000 or more in…
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