MUELLER GOES AFTER TRUMP'S BANK ACCOUNTS, SUBPOENAS DEUTSCHE BANK | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


MUELLER GOES AFTER TRUMP'S BANK ACCOUNTS, SUBPOENAS DEUTSCHE BANK

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has subpoenaed Deutsche Bank, demanding that it disclose details of transactions and documents on accounts help by President Trump and members of his family as the "Russian collusion" probe now turns its attention to Trump's bank accounts. According to Handelsblatt, which first reported the news, the bank received the subpoena several weeks ago. Trump has had a banking relationship with Deutsche Bank dating back nearly two decades and the German lender's $300 million loan accounts for nearly half of his outstanding debt (based on a July 2016 analysis by Bloomberg). Trump's debt to Deutsche includes $170m relating to a Washington hotel.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Having found nothing actionable regarding the "Russian Election Collusion", Meuller's alleged "investigation" has simply morphed into a classic "fishing expedition."

I would, therefore, like to politely suggest that Trey Gowdy, who sits on the Committee on Ethics; Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Constitution and Civil Justice; the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (Chairman) Subcommittee on Health Care, Benefits and Administrative Rules;
and Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, launch a broad-based investigation of Meuller's financial affairs for at least the last 20 years, to see just how financially "squeaky clean" he has been.

There would be absolute "poetic justice" in such a move, as it would be at least as distracting for Meuller as it is for President Trump, in navigating the leadership of this country.

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