President Donald Trump’s administration has released a list of more than 3,200 charities and foundations it says were defrauded by fraudsters, including President Donald Trumps son-in-law Jared Kushner’s foundation.
The list of 2,955 fraudsters includes both individuals and groups that operate under the Trump name.
The charity fraud is part of an ongoing investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice and the U; Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.
Trump’s son- in-law, Jared Kushner, also used the Trump Foundation to pay for his daughter Ivanka’s fashion line and his company has also received millions in donations from a Russian government-linked donor.
The charities on the list include the United Negro College Fund, which has received $5.4 million from a Kremlin-backed donor, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) of America, which received $1.2 million from the Russian government, and the Clinton Foundation, which paid more than $1 million in fees to the Russian state-owned bank Vnesheconombank.
It also includes the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, an independent charitable organization that receives more than a billion dollars a year from private donors.
Trump has long criticized the foundation, saying it was “a sham.”
“The Foundation is a sham.
It was set up by my father and it was set-up by my husband.
It has nothing to do with the American people.
The people of the United States have a right to know what’s going on in our country,” he said in January.
Kushner’s nonprofit also has been investigated by the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service for allegedly paying people for consulting services.
The Trump Foundation has faced scrutiny from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, which last year called on the charity to turn over documents about its activities and to answer questions about potential conflicts of interest.