I don't post this for crass political reasons. I disagree with President Trump on economic and environmental issues and others, but this blog isn't for purposes of ousting him from office.
Scrutiny of Trump’s insurance dealings is just the beginning of what is going to be a long, meandering and possibly harrowing experience for the president, his family, longtime employees of the Trump Organization, many of Trump’s business partners and the White House. Federal prosecutors in Manhattan, attorneys general in Virginia, New York and the District of Columbia, five committees within the House of Representatives and, now, banking and insurance regulators, are all putting the Trump Organization and the president’s financial and political dealings under a wide array of microscopes. [Source]
I don't know of anyone who's more opposed to insurance fraud than I am. That said, the statute of limitations is always at play concerning older insurance claims.
It will be interesting to see how this plays out especially concerning insurance aspects. I hope they didn't cheat on any claims. If they did though, they should be held to account as the law allows.