Donald Trump says criminal investigation into family business is “abuse” and “corruption” – BBC News

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The former US President Donald Trump says he is being “unfairly attacked and abused” after New York’s attorney-general launched a criminal investigation into the Trump family business.

Mr Trump said there was nothing more corrupt than an investigation in search of a crime.

Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by North America correspondent Nick Bryant in New York.

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