L.A. physician who has treated President Trump’s son has been indicted on tax evasion charges

A L.L.A.-based physician who is married to a senior White House aide was indicted on Tuesday on federal tax evasion and tax evasion conspiracy charges, including one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, according to U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Dana Boente.

The indictment includes two counts of conspiracy against the United States and one count each of mail and money laundering.

It also includes two count of mail fraud and one charge of mail tampering.

Dr. Samuel Lees was married to Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka, and they have three children together, according an attorney for Ivanka Trump.

He was the CEO of a New York City-based drugstore chain, which was shut down in August for failing to pay taxes.

The indictment, unsealed on Monday, charges Lees with conspiracy to obstruct the federal government and money-laundering, which carries a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison.

Lees is also accused of conspiracy in the case of his wife’s business, the National Home Care Services, and of being an unregistered agent for a foreign power.

He also faces one count for failing under oath to file tax returns.

“I am deeply disappointed in this indictment, which does not adequately protect the President’s personal finances, the president’s family, or the White House from potential criminal and civil liability,” President Donald Trump said in a statement.

“The president has been in office for over four years and will continue to fight for America’s economic security and security for the American people,” he added.