What's next for Trump Organization after Weisselberg plea?

Donald Trump isn’t directly charged in the case, although they could impose heavy fines on the mogul and impact his future business endeavors.

NEW YORK — The numbers guy did the math: Allen Weisselberg — a longtime loyal lieutenant to Donald Trump — could have gotten years in prison if he went to trial and failed to beat tax evasion allegations. But if he agreed to testify in an upcoming trial of the former president’s company, he would probably serve no more than 100 days.

Weisselberg, 75, took the deal Thursday, pleading guilty to 15 counts, including tax fraud and larceny.

Now he’s potentially going

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