Biden's DOJ continues prosecution of Trump by going after LIV Golf documents

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The Department of Justice has subpoenaed the Trump Organization for documents related to former President Donald Trump’s dealings with the Saudi-backed LIV Golf as the department ramps up its investigation into classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago.

According to the New York Times, “It is unclear what bearing Mr. Trump’s relationship with LIV Golf has on the broader investigation, but it suggests that the prosecutors are examining certain elements of Mr. Trump’s family business.” 

LIV Golf was founded in 2021, the year Trump left the White House.  Trump welcomed the golf tournament to his Bedminster, New Jersey course in July of 2022, as well as his Dorsal, Florida course in October of the same year, the Daily Mail reported.  

Last year saw relatives of those who died on 9/11 to the events, who expressed their anger over Trump welcoming the Saudi-backed tournament. 

In 2023, Trump will bring the LIV tour to his DC course on May 26 to 28, his Bedminster course from August 11 to 13, and his Doral course from October 20 to 22.

Trump has defended his decision to host the Saudi-backed tournament, saying in 2022 that he has no problem supporting the breakaway tour and that Saudi officials are “good people with unlimited money” and that the US has “human rights issues here as much as anybody.”

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