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Garrett Graff provided an excellent summary in Wired of the 17 Trump-related investigations currently open. A number of those investigative threads could ultimately combine into one federal racketeering investigation that could cast his business and charitable entities as elements of a criminal organization that Donald Trump oversaw as kingpin.
As Trump ascended to the presidency, more and more allegations surfaced suggesting that the Trump family businesses have been permeated with fraud. Central to the alleged fraud schemes attributed to the Trump family businesses over the decades is the use of shell companies, fraudulent misrepresentations, and false invoice schemes.
If these alleged activities constituted mail, wire, bank, or tax frauds, they could make up a “pattern of racketeering activity” for purposes of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations statute. Allegations leveled against the Trump Organization, the Trump Foundation, Trump University, and their insiders suggest that such practices were designed to enrich, elect, and insulate Trump, who has already been described in Michael Cohen’s criminal docket as “Individual-1.”