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Trump Complains Investigators Are 'Vicious' for Going 'After Children' Like Ivanka, 40, and Don Jr., 44
New York Attorney General Letitia James recently increased pressure on both Trump and his oldest children to cooperate in an investigation into the Trump Organization's finances
New York Attorney General Claims She Has Evidence of Fraud by Trump, Don Jr. and Ivanka
"The only one misleading the public is Letitia James," a Trump spokeswoman said in response
Ivanka, Donald Trump Jr. Fighting Subpoenas in New York Investigation of Family Company
Lawyers for the Trump Organization are suing to block New York's attorney general from questioning the former president and two of his children
Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle Are Engaged, Source Says
Donald Trump's oldest son and the former Fox News host-turned-political aide have been dating since 2018
New York Attorney General Subpoenas Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr.: Report
Trump's son Eric Trump previously provided his testimony in the investigation
Mary Trump Says Cousin Donald Trump Jr. Texted President's Top Aide Instead of Dad Because of 'Cowardice'
"Donnie knew the message he was sending was a message his father did not want to hear," the former president's niece said of Donald Jr.'s urgent texts to Mark Meadows begging him to ask Trump to end violence on Jan. 6

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Donald Trump Jr. Pleaded with Mark Meadows to Urge His Father to Stop Capitol Insurrection, Texts Reveal
"He's got to condemn this s--- ASAP," Donald Trump Jr. wrote to the former chief of staff as rioters stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, according to texts revealed by the house select committee Monday
The View's Ana Navarro Fires Back at Donald Trump Jr. After His Obesity Dig: 'Dimwit with No Skill'
"Babe, I take a shot at my weight every day, okay? Unlike you, I have a mirror, and I know I have a weight issue," Navarro said on Monday's episode
New York Attorney General Joins Criminal Investigation into Donald Trump's Company

New York Attorney General Letitia James says her office has joined the Manhattan District Attorney's criminal investigation into the former president's company