Seo audited auditors and firm that paid for Trump’s hotel quote
The Trump Organization paid $11 million for auditors to audit the auditing firm that conducted the hotel search, according to documents released Friday.
The audit firm hired by the Trump Organization to review hotel reviews and other business dealings also has been audited, according a statement by the company.
The Trump team has also hired the firm of former federal regulators for auditing the hotel review process, the company said.
Trump said in an interview with Fox News that he had not been paying auditors but that he will pay them, though he did not say who he would pay.
The president-elect said he did pay the auditors.
Trump also said he has hired a consulting firm to audit his businesses.
A Trump Organization statement said that the firm had been “commissioned to conduct an independent review of the audit, and the review has been completed.”
In addition to the hotel audit, the Trump campaign has been under scrutiny for possible conflicts of interest since it was revealed that some of its businesses had received government contracts worth tens of millions of dollars. “
We have not paid for the firm to perform this audit, nor have we paid for any review of hotel ratings or other information.”
In addition to the hotel audit, the Trump campaign has been under scrutiny for possible conflicts of interest since it was revealed that some of its businesses had received government contracts worth tens of millions of dollars.
It has also come under scrutiny over how Trump has handled his finances and how he handled his business dealings with foreign countries and foreign governments.
The Senate Finance Committee and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee released a report in June finding that Trump’s finances have been “a substantial concern.”
In that report, the committee said Trump’s campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, had not filed federal financial disclosure forms with the Federal Election Commission, which is required by law.
Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., said in a statement that the White House had taken “appropriate actions” in light of the report.