Federal Judge Clears Path for Congressional Subpoena of Trump Financial Records

HeadlineMay 23, 2019

In New York City, a federal judge ruled Wednesday that Deutsche Bank and Capital One must turn over financial documents subpoenaed by Congress, as lawmakers investigate whether Trump’s business ties are influencing White House policy. Deutsche Bank loaned over $2 billion to Trump for real estate deals over nearly two decades, even when other banks refused to do so. The decision came two days after a D.C. district judge upheld a subpoena ordering Trump’s accounting firm to hand over 10 years of Trump’s financial records.

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