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How the Manhattan D.A.’s Investigation Into Donald Trump Unraveled

“Soon, some of the career prosecutors who had worked on the inquiry for more than two years expressed concern. They believed that Mr. Vance, who had decided not to seek re-election, was pushing too hard for an indictment before leaving office, and that the evidence gathered so far did not justify the speed at which the inquiry was moving.

The debate was born of painful experience from past investigations, including one involving the Trump family. In 2012, in the first of his three terms, Mr. Vance closed an investigation into accusations that Mr. Trump’s son Donald Jr. and his daughter Ivanka had misled potential buyers of apartments at one of the Trump Organization’s New York hotels, Trump Soho. The decision trailed Mr. Vance for years, subjecting him to criticism after Mr. Trump was elected president.”

NOTE: In the above referenced article there is a link to the following article [] that discusses Adam Leitman Bailey’s case and prevailing settlement against Donald Trump and the Trump Organization and how this settlement convinced the District Attorney not to arrest Donald Trump. It should be noted that that main reason, according to Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr., for the lack of prosecution was a correspondence/settlement agreement signed by Adam Leitman Bailey. Adam Leitman Bailey has never discussed this incident publicly and does not agree with the District Attorney. 

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