When Donald Trump’s company wanted a loan, it valued a New York building at $527 million.  But when it came time to pay property taxes, Trump said the value of the building was less than $17 million, or a Rachel Maddow explains, practically worthless in New York real estate terms.  Maddow, and David Farenthold of the Washington Post examine the can of worms first opened by Michael Cohen many months ago in his testimony before Congress.  So, what accounts for the wildly different valuations?  New York prosecutors wants to find out.  Please watch above.