The reported investigation would fall under the purview of Westchester County's Democrat District Attorney Mimi Rocah
The Trump Organization is staring down yet another criminal inquiry out of the state of New York, reports that surfaced on Wednesday revealed.
Westchester County prosecutors have set their sights on Donald Trump's family business over claims that the company misled local officials on the value of a golf course in Ossining, New York, people familiar with the matter told the New York Times.
A lower property value would've meant lower taxes for the upscale Trump National Golf Club Westchester, a private club just north of New York City.
The Westchester County District Attorney's office declined to comment when asked by DailyMail.com.
A spokesperson for the Trump administration called the probe a 'witch hunt.'
The newly revealed investigation into Trump's upstate New York golf course would fall under the purview of Democratic Westchester County District Attorney Miriam 'Mimi' Rocah.
Rocah has reportedly not accused anyone of wrongdoing yet and it's not certain if her investigation will lead to charges.
But she has subpoenaed records from the golf course as well as the town of Ossining itself. DailyMail.com has reached out to Ossining officials but has not immediately heard back.
Formerly a senior federal prosecutor in the Southern District of New York, Rocah beat out the incumbent district attorney, also a Democrat, to take up the job in January.
Public campaign finance disclosures show Rocah made modest donations to a number of Democrat campaigns in 2020, including five to Joe Biden that amount to a total of $3,000.
She was also a legal commentator on both MSNBC and NBC, where she frequently criticized Trump while he was in office.
A view of the clubhouse at the Trump National Golf Club Westchester. Rocah has reportedly subpoenaed records from the exclusive golf course
Trump Organization lawyer have valued the sprawling property at less than $2 million when the town it's in estimated its worth to be more than $10 million on a number of occasions
Donald Trump leaves Trump Tower in New York City after his deposition. The newly-revealed investigation is the second criminal probe Trump's family business faces in the state of New York
On social media Rocah espoused anti-Trump sentiments even after she took office as district attorney.
'So [Senate Republicans] saying Trump can't be impeached for 1/6 since he's now a private citizen will certainly agree that he can be criminally investigated (& prosecuted if warranted) by DOJ since he's now a private citizen...' she wrote in January, nearly a year before news of her own possible investigation broke.
In July 2020 she joked on Twitter with a picture of her dog, 'I realized today that there are only two things that unite my feuding kids: their love for Ace below & their absolute passionate disdain for Trump. And I am proud.'
A spokesperson for the Trump Organization told DailyMail.com that the matter was 'amicably resolved' by local officials earlier this year and denied 'inappropriate' actions.