New York prosecutors probe disparities in Trump Organization property valuations, report says

The New York attorney general and Manhattan district attorney are looking into whether the Trump Organization broke the law by providing lower valuations of its properties to tax officers and higher estimates to potential lenders, according to The Washington Post. Jonathan O'Connell, a business reporter for The Washington Post, co-authored that report and joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.

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