We’ve posted information on some of the investigations into Trump’s activities, specifically regarding the $250M he raised from supporters. He claimed it was to be used to fight voter fraud. Turns out the group to which it would have gone was never even formed, and the money funneled to himself. The government is looking into charges of wire fraud.

From the 1980s until he was elected president in 2016, Donald Trump and his businesses were involved in over 4,000 legal cases in U.S. federal and state courts, including battles with casino patrons, million-dollar real estate lawsuits, personal defamation lawsuits, and over 100 business tax disputes. He has also been accused of sexual harassment and sexual assault, with one accusation resulting in Trump being held civilly liable.

Wikipedia goes into great detail about some of these lawsuits. Please refer to that link for more information on the following:

  • On December 6, 2022, Trump’s company The Trump Organization was convicted on 17 criminal charges.
  • On March 30, 2023, in People v. Trump, Trump was indicted on 34 felony counts by a grand jury in Manhattan. He was arraigned on the charges on April 4 and pleaded not guilty to all counts.
  • On April 25, 2023, an anonymous jury began hearing Trump’s civil trial in New York on E. Jean Carroll’s claims of defamation and sexual assault. On May 9, 2023, after three hours of deliberation, the jury would find Trump liable for sexual abuse (but not rape) and defamation against Carroll and order Trump to pay her $5 million in damages.
  • On October 2, 2023, the Trump Organization will face trial regarding New York attorney general Letitia James’s civil lawsuit.
  • Fulton County, Georgia district attorney Fani Willis is investigating Trump’s efforts to overturn that state’s 2020 presidential election results.
  • The U.S. Department of Justice is also investigating Trump on the federal level for his efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results. (This investigation is separate from the U.S. House investigation, which has ended.)
  • There is also a federal investigation into Trump’s handling of classified and national defense-related government documents.

Between October 2021 and July 2022 alone, the Republican National Committee paid more than $2 million to attorneys representing Trump in his capacity as President and in his personal and business capacities. The New York Times published an overview of his legal involvements as of September 2022. In January 2023, a federal judge fined Trump and his attorney nearly $1 million, characterizing him as “a prolific and sophisticated litigant who is repeatedly using the courts to seek revenge on political adversaries.”

Reuters also has list of current possible pending indictments.