It was announced on Tuesday that the Donald J. Trump Foundation, which was founded in 1988, will dissolveBarbara Underwood, New York’s attorney general, will oversee the process, having described Donald Trump‘s namesake foundation as demonstrating a “shocking pattern of illegality.”

Trump, however, is not happy with this development. He tweeted how his organization “has done great work and given away lots of money, both [his] and others, to great charities over the years.” The president also took shots at former New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman, calling him a “sleazebag” who “resigned over horrific women abuse.”


Trump also questioned why Schneiderman did not attempt to investigate the Clinton Foundation and lamented how he was replaced by an equally biased attorney general. Trump closed his three-tweet series by claiming he will “never be treated fairly by these people,” adding how this is “a total double standard of ‘justice.'”


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Underwood filed the lawsuit against Trump and his three oldest children: Donald Trump Jr., Eric and Ivanka. She is also striving to prevent all four from serving on the boards of any other charities situated in the state.

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