As the Trump clan faces the fallout from the investigation into their finances, it is also grappling with the fallout of the fallout.
Trump has been under pressure from members of his own family and others, including the president’s eldest son, Eric, to step down.
His lawyers are arguing that Trump’s constitutional duties require him to step aside, which could take place before the end of the year.
But the president has said he will continue to serve as president and he has repeatedly urged his supporters to remain steadfast in their support.
Trump is scheduled to leave office on Jan. 20.
He is scheduled for a three-day trip to Asia and Mexico, where he is expected to speak at a summit on trade and climate change.
The trip will be the first time the president will visit the Pacific island nation of Guam.
It comes as Trump faces the possibility of losing the popular vote to Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee, in November if he loses the popular election.
He faces a similar challenge in Georgia, where a lawsuit filed by his wife, Melania, is still pending, and as he seeks to regain control of the Supreme Court, the highest court in the land.
CNN’s Dana Bash, Josh Rogin and Brian Stelter contributed to this report.