N.Y. AG Reportedly Getting Trump Financial Docs From Deutsche Bank
A source told CNN the bank started handing over Trump Organization financial information to comply with a subpoena.
Deutsche Bank has reportedly started turning over financial documents linked to the Trump Organization.
A source told CNN the bank started providing the information to New York's attorney general's office as part of a civil investigation.
The state AG is looking into the financing behind four Trump Organization projects: Trump's hotels in Washington and Chicago, Trump's hotel and golf course in the Miami area, and Trump's condo building on Park Avenue. Deutsche Bank helped finance three of those projects. The fourth was built with a loan from a small New Jersey-based bank. Investigators are also looking at the president's failed bid to buy the Buffalo Bills.
At least two Congressional committees are also after similar information. The House committees on Intelligence and Financial Services also want Deutsche Bank to release information on Trump Organization loans.
Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN.
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