In New York, a civil lawsuit brought against Trump and his three children for tax evasion could well derail the former president’s return to the saddle.

On September 21, Trump and his three children were accused of lying to tax authorities, credit institutions and insurance companies in connection with tax evasion. “significant amount” systematic falsification of the value of their property for personal enrichment.

The civil lawsuit, filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James, is filed as the FBI is investigating confidential official documents Trump had in his possession at his Mar-a-Lago, Florida property, and where a Georgia state grand jury determines, whether he and others were tried to sway local election commissions after his on-the-spot defeat by Joe Biden.

Judicial noose tightens

The former president has hinted several times that he intends to run for the White House in 2024. However, an avalanche of criminal, civil and parliamentary investigations may well bring his hopes to naught.

“It’s cooked”slice Allan Lichtman, professor of history at American University in Washington who has predicted the outcome of every presidential election since 1984.

“Trump has too many pots and pans, even if he avoids jail and bankruptcy. And I’m not sure he escaped from prison.

Trump or “the art of stealing”

After a three-year investigation, Letitia James, the Attorney General of New York, found that Trump was making fraudulent claims about his assets and false asset valuations in order to get loans, cash insurance payouts and pay less taxes. Her children, Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric, are also defendants. “The investigation revealed actions