Deutsche Bank Begins Process Of Providing Trump’s Financial Records To NY’s AG

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N.Y. state investigators are looking into Trump's loan records following Michael Cohen's testimony to Congress.

According to CNN, Deutsche Bank has started taking steps to provide financial documentation to the attorney general of New York after being issued a subpoena for information regarding loans made to President Donald Trump and his enterprises.

New York Attorney General Letitia James' office last month issued the subpoenas for Trump Organization project funding. The civil investigation began following congressional testimony from Michael Cohen, in which Trump's former lawyer said publicly that the president and businessman had exaggerated his assets. At the time, Cohen showed financial statements, copies of which, he said, were also provided to Deutsche Bank.

The bank is currently gathering documents including loan papers and emails related to the Trump National Doral Miami, the Trump International Hotel in D.C., the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago, and his unsuccessful attempt to purchase the NFL's Buffalo Bills.

Both Deutsche Bank and the office of the New York attorney general declined to comment on the matter.

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