All The President’s Men

Longtime Trump associate Roger Stone was sentenced to 40 months in prison for crimes that include obstruction of justice, lying to Congress and witness tampering.

He is the seventh person to be convicted and sentenced for crimes unearthed by former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

His case has been at the heart of ongoing tensions between President Trump and his Justice Department.

Suspected criminal activity among Trump associates extends beyond Mueller’s Russia probe. Federal prosecutors are investigating the president’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani’s personal business dealings in Ukraine.

  • Former Trump 2016 campaign chairman Paul Manafort: Sentenced to 7.5 years in prison this March for bank and tax fraud and crimes related to his work as a political consultant in Ukraine.
  • Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen: Received a three-year prison sentence in Dec. 2018 for tax evasion, bank fraud, lying to Congress and campaign finance violations.
  • Former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos: Convicted of lying to investigators about about Russian contacts. He served 12 days in prison and in October, filed to run for former Rep. Katie Hill’s California seat.
  • Richard Pinedo: The California man was sentenced to six months in prison in Oct. 2018 for selling bank account numbers to Russians who engaged in election interference. He has no known connection to Trump.
  • Dutch attorney Alex van der Zwaan: Pleaded guilty to lying to federal investigators about his work for law firm Skadden, Arps, Meagher, & Flom LLP and Affiliates in 2012. He was sentenced to 30 days in prison and a $20,000 fine.
  • Ex-Trump campaign deputy chairman Rick Gates: Pleaded guilty in Feb. 2018 to conspiracy and lying to the FBI. After cooperating extensively in multiple investigations, Gates was sentenced in December to 45 days in jail, three years of probation and 300 hours of community service.
  • Roger Stone: Sentenced to 40 months in prison for crimes that include obstruction of justice, lying to Congress and witness tampering. A federal jury convicted Stone last year after he lied to Congress about his efforts to learn more about when WikiLeaks would publish damaging emails about Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election.
Avoids sentencing:
  • Former national security adviser Michael Flynn: The retired three-star general pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI in Dec. 2017. Barr ends up dismissing the charges against General Flynn.

Lawsuits around United States Constitution

  • Lawsuit alleging violations of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
    • Knight First Amendment Institute v. Trump
    • PEN America v. Trump
    • CNN v. Trump
  • Lawsuit alleging violations of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
    • New York v. Trump (the DACA lawsuit)
  • Lawsuit alleging violations of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
    • Stone v. Trump
  • Lawsuits alleging violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause of the United States Constitution
    • CREW v. Trump
    • D.C. and Maryland v. Trump
    • Blumenthal v. Trump
  • U.S. Constitutional case law lawsuit filed by the United States House Committee on the Judiciary to compel the testimony of former White House Counsel Donald F. McGahn, Jr. under subpoena.
    • In re: Don McGahn

Lawsuits around Executive Orders

Lawsuit around Presidential Proclamations

Lawsuits around Presidential Memorandums

Lawsuits around potential legal violations

Lawsuits around the United States Census

Lawsuits around Trump political campaigns

  • Lawsuit alleging that the Trump Campaign used mass, unsolicited communication of promotional messages that the plaintiffs did not consent to receive
    • Thorne v. Donald J Trump for President Inc.
  • Lawsuit alleging Russian interference in the 2016 Federal Elections, the Trump campaign was accused of engaging in a racketeering enterprise in conjunction with Russia and WikiLeaks
  • Lawsuit regarding a pattern of persistent illegal conduct, occurring over more than a decade, that includes extensive unlawful political coordination with the Trump presidential campaign, repeated and willful self-dealing transactions to benefit Mr. Trump’s personal and business interests, and violations of basic legal obligations for non-profit foundations
  • Lawsuit in which plaintiffs alleged Trump’s security team assaulted them during a 2015 peaceful protest based around Trump’s campaign comments about Black Lives Matter and Mexican immigrants
  • Lawsuit alleging Trump encouraged an atmosphere of violence and anti-Trump protesters were subjected to attacks and racial slurs being led out of a campaign rally in 2016
    • Nwanguma v. Trump
  • Lawsuit alleging that Trump and the Republican National Committee colluded to prevent any competition to Trump’s re-election campaign.
    • Roque De La Fuente v. Trump & Republican National Committee 

Lawsuits around potential sexual misconduct and assault

  • Lawsuit by Katie Johnson which alleges that Trump and Jeffrey Epstein sexually and physically abused her under threats to physically harm her and her family while a 13-year-old minor from June–September 1994
    • Katie Johnson v. Donald J Trump and Jeffrey E Epstein (dismissed)
  • Lawsuit by Jane Doe which alleges Trump and Epstein engaged in forcible rape, imprisonment and assault while she was 13-year-old minor and another 12-year-old girl in 1994
    • Jane Doe v. Donald Trump & Jeffrey E Epstein (dismissed by Doe)
  • Lawsuit by former campaign staffer, Alva Johnson, who claims that Trump forcibly kissed her at a rally in Florida in August 2016, the lawsuit also alleges unequal pay standards for her an African-American woman compared to others on the team
    • Johnson v. Trump
  • Defamation lawsuit raised by Summer Zervos which arose from Trump’s statement that she lied about sexual assault allegations against him
    • Zervos v. Trump
  • Defamation lawsuit raised by E. Jean Carroll which arose from Trump’s denials of her accusation that he sexually assaulted her more than 20 years ago damaged her reputation
    • Carroll v. Trump

Lawsuits around financial manipulation and employee payment

  • Lawsuit alleging violations of employee payment regarding not paying him for “thousands of hours of overtime” to which he was legally entitled during his more than two decades of service
    • Cintron v. Trump Organization
  • Lawsuit alleging that Trump and his adult children had made a large amount of money by encouraging unsophisticated investors to join fraudulent schemes

Lawsuits around Trumps financial and tax information

  • Appeal lawsuit against the Mazars accounting firm, in an effort to have Trump’s financial information kept private
  • Appeal lawsuit against the Deutsche Bank and Capital One Bank from fulfilling the subpoenas issued to the company by the House Financial Services and Intelligence committees for Trumps, his adult children, and his businesses financial records
  • Case before the Supreme Court of the United States: Does a grand-jury subpoena by a state District Attorney for the President’s financial records violate Article II and the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution?
  • Case in D.C. court challenging the New York TRUST Act, which gives Congress the right to obtain tax information on New York residents. Case dismissed November 11, 2019.
    • Donald J. Trump v. Committee on Ways and Means

Lawsuits around environmental concerns

All current pending prosecution