'Scandals in the shadows': Report reveals how Dems winning this November will expose Trump's Org corruption
President Donald Trump speaks on the White House lawn (Screen cap).

The Trump Organization has received major criticism since President Donald Trump took office — and now even more information about the company's dealings could be made public, according to a report from CNN.


If Democrats take control of the House or Senate in November the Trump Organization will be scrutinized by lawmakers seeking to reveal how the organization's "profits and operation" are impacting public policy.

One source close to the Trump Organization told CNN: "The worst thing for the business would be a change of control in Congress. Business and politics are separate, but they impact each other."

The source said that the Trump Organization is preparing to be investigated and is currently "documenting transactions and organizing records, bracing for a fight over allegations the President is violating anti-corruption clauses in the Constitution."

A Democratic congressional aide said that Trump mixing business and politics creates a mound of problems. "There are scandals in the shadows that are waiting to break out should Democrats have the power to unearth them," the aide said.