Meet the former organized-crime prosecutor now overseeing the Trump Organization

February 19, 2024

For the first time in the history of the Trump Organization, many of the key financial decisions will not be made by a Trump. She also noted that under questioning, Trump Organization officials admitted that a $48 million debt that Trump had repeatedly claimed in official filings he owed to a building he owns in Chicago, never existed. The monitoring role is not the first time Jones has been brought into legal matters involving Trump. In 2018, she was appointed special master to oversee the privilege review of documents seized from Trump attorney Michael Cohen. Trump was later charged by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg with falsifying business records for his alleged role in the cover-up.