Trump Organization Clarifies Trump Not Holder of N.J. Liquor Licenses Amid Inquiry

In response to an inquiry by the New Jersey attorney general's office regarding his liquor licenses at three New Jersey golf clubs, the Trump Organization clarified that former President Donald Trump does not hold a liquor license at these establishments. The state Attorney General's office is investigating whether Trump's convictions in a New York case might affect those licenses due to a prohibition on anyone convicted of a crime involving "moral turpitude" from holding a liquor license.

The Attorney General's office of the state is looking into whether Trump's convictions in a New York case could impact those licenses, as there is a restriction on individuals convicted of crimes involving "moral turpitude" from holding a liquor license. The company also emphasized that such reports could adversely affect the thousands of hardworking Americans who depend on these properties for their livelihoods.

According to state alcoholic beverage control records, the three golf clubs have liquor licenses issued by corporate entities, including Lamington Farm Club LLC, Trump National Golf Course Colts Neck LLC, and TNGC Pine Hill LLC. These clubs are located in Bedminster, Colts Neck, and Pine Hill.

Following his inauguration as the 45th president in January 2017, Trump handed over management of The Trump Organization to his eldest sons, Donald Jr. and Eric. The attorney general's office should have promptly replied to a request for comment regarding the statement from the Trump Organization or the status of the office's investigation into the liquor licenses.

Written by Staff Reports

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