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Trump Organization expected to be charged with tax crimes on Thursday

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A television news correspondent, right, reports live from Trump Tower, Friday, Dec. 2, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

The Trump Organization and it’s chief financial officer are expected to be charged with tax-related crimes as early as Thursday.

Trump himself isn’t expected to be charged, his lawyer told the Wall Street Journal.

It is not clear whether the company’s chief financial officer, Allen Weissenberg, will also be charged.

The Trump Organization faced multiple federal and state prosecutorial inquires during the administration.

The charges come amid an investigation Vance has been conducting into a variety of allegations of financial improprieties against former President Donald Trump’s company.

The Trump Organization is a group of about business entities where Donald Trump is either the sole or majority owner.

The Manhattan district attorney’s office has been investigating for about three years to determine if Weisselberg and other employees illegally avoided paying taxes on on perks they received.

Lawyers with Trump Organization met with prosecutors on Monday.

Trump continues to express that he has done nothing wrong and is being targeted and treated unfairly.