The court allowed Deutsche Bank to transfer documents on Trump’s finances to Congress

The congressmen have written to the Deutsche Bank agenda in the framework of the investigation of the finances of the President of the United States. Trump and his children filed a precautionary lawsuit against the Bank. The court in New York rejected the claim

Deutsche Bank and the financial company Capital One must transfer to the two committees of the US Congress materials related to the finances of President Donald Trump. So ruled on Wednesday, May 22, the court in New York, dismissing the claim of Trump and his family members who tried to ban the issuance of these documents.

In April, the committees of the House of Representatives on intelligence and Finance has written to Deutsche Bank and other credit institutions on the agenda in the framework of the investigation of Trump’s finances. It was about suspicions of a possible influence of foreign subjects, including Russia, on the President of the USA, members of his family or assistants.

In turn, the President of the United States and his family appealed to the court with a precautionary claim to Deutsche Bank. Trump’s lawyers considered the demand of the US House of Representatives to disclose his financial statements as an attempt to invade the private sphere and business of the head of state in order to cause him political damage.

New York attorney’s office is interested in loans from The Trump Organization

The Prosecutor’s office of the state of New York is also exploring the relationship of the President of the United States and the largest German private Bank. In March, the Attorney General of the state Leticia James requested from the largest German private Bank documents on loans that were issued to the main company of Donald Trump The Trump Organization, as well as materials related to the intention of this company to purchase the football club “Buffalo Bills.”

Deutsche Bank will continue to cooperate with the investigation

In the same month, the Bank began to transfer the requested documents to the investigators. The representative of Deutsche Bank said that the financial institution remains committed to cooperation in the framework of the investigation.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
Function: Editor