The Manhattan District Attorney's office is convening a new grand jury related to its probe of the Trump Organization, thus opening up the possibility for new charges against the former president's company.

The Washington Post reports that the new grand jury was seated last week and is "expected to meet three days a week over six months," where it will hear evidence of potential criminal wrongdoing at the Trump Organization.

And earlier grand jury convened by the Manhattan DA charged Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg with committing tax fraud.

As to what issues the grand jury will be deliberating, the Post's sources say that is "was expected to examine how former president Donald Trump's company valued its assets," which the paper notes "appears to be a separate issue than the one described in indictments from the first grand jury, which has dealt with allegations that Weisselberg and other Trump executives evaded taxes on their pay by systematically hiding some of their compensation from the IRS."

Former Trump fixer Michael Cohen testified before Congress in 2019 that Trump would deliberately manipulate the values of his assets to score more favorable tax treatments.

Trump himself so far has not been charged with any crimes.


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