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- Longtime Trump executive Weisselberg pleads guilty, becomes prosecution witness, article with videoLitigation ·
August 18, 2022 · 6:08 PM UTC
A longtime senior executive at Donald Trump's family business pleaded guilty on Thursday to helping the company engineer a 15-year tax fraud, in an agreement that will require him to testify about its business practices at an upcoming trial.