By Steve Neavling
Federal prosecutors have ordered President Trump’s inauguration committee to turn over documents related to donors, spending and event attendees.
The subpoenas, first reported by ABC News, signifies that prosecutors are digger deeper into a commitee that raised $107 million.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan also is trying to determine whether the nonprofit accepted illegal foreign contributions, The New York Times reports. Under federal law, inaugural funds cannot accept foreign donations.
“It is our intention to cooperate with in the inquiry,” inaugural committee spokeswoman Krisitn Celauro told The Associated Press.
The wide-ranging subpoena seeks documents involving the committee’s bank accounts, donors, perks, contracts, vendors, event attendees and foreign contributors.
Prosecutors are investigating crimes ranging from conspiracy to defraud the U.S. and money laundering to mail fraud and making false statements to federal authorities.