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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has opened an inquiry into Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's charity following questions over whether the foundation has complied with state law.
The scrutiny comes in light of recent investigations by the Washington Post and Associated Press that shed light into the inner workings of the Donald J. Trump Foundation. The Washington Post reported on Saturday that Trump, who founded the charity in 1987 and has claimed to have donated millions from his own pocket, had not contributed to his foundation since 2008. Instead, the Post found, Trump's foundation received millions of dollars from donors, which it doled out under its own name.