What Is Trumps Bank?
- Special Counsel Muller's Investigation of the Trump Campaign
- The Case of Trump's Bank
- The Trump Organization is Not Far From Its Business
- The World Bank
- Donald Trump's $Bond-Deposite$ Campaign
- A New Approach to the Optimal Treatment of Hypertension
- The New York Democrat is probing Cohen's misinformation
- The Bank of New York Times: A Brief Look at the Associated Press
- The Bank of Wall Street
- The Enrich Bank: Selling the Loans Before They're Due
- Two Years of Banking and Insurance Fraud against Donald Trump
Special Counsel Muller's Investigation of the Trump Campaign
The office of Michael Cohen, a former Trump lawyer, was raided by the special counsel Robert Muller, who is investigating whether the Trump campaign had any connection to Russia's attempt to interfere in the election. Some of the probes involve the president directly, while others could be used to get the cooperation of Trump's associates.
The Case of Trump's Bank
The negative press that has been caused by the dealings with Trump has caused the bank to seek to resolve more than $300 million in loans. New York attorney general Letitia James is investigating the relationship between the Trump Organization andDeutsche Bank. Cyrus Vance is investigating whether or not Trump misrepresented the value of his assets in order to get larger tax deductions. The Trump family's Westchester County estate, a historic mansion called Seven Springs, was built by Eugene Meyer, a former Washington Post publisher.
The Trump Organization is Not Far From Its Business
The Hill reported that the German institution,Deutsche Bank, and the New York based Signature Bank all decided that Trump and his business were no longer welcome. The president was called to resign by Signature Bank. Eric Trump told the AP that the Trump Organization is not concerned about the severed business relationships and would rely on its own holdings and other institutions to stand by the family.
The World Bank
The World Bank has become more commonplace because of the type of cross-border financing it pioneered. The global finance system has reached the developing world without fear. Investment in emerging markets has risen steadily in recent years and now stands at more than $1 trillion annually. There has been a significant shift away from large institutions towards smaller ones.
Donald Trump's $Bond-Deposite$ Campaign
Donald Trump, who has $590 million in debts due over the next four years, is set to receive a $617 million cash payout as part of a bond deal.
A New Approach to the Optimal Treatment of Hypertension
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The New York Democrat is probing Cohen's misinformation
The New York Democrat is looking into claims made by Michael Cohen, who was Trump's former attorney, that his client had inflated the value of his assets. If her team discovers anything that suggests criminality, criminal charges may be brought on.
The Bank of New York Times: A Brief Look at the Associated Press
Washington is scrutinizing the financial dealings ofDeutsche and Donald Trump. Democrats from the House intelligence and financial services committees subpoenaed the bank on April 15th, demanding documents about its lending to the president. The bank enlisted the help of the Attorney General to navigate the political waters in Washington.
There are some intriguing hints that they did. It is not yet our proof. It is clear to me that Donald Trump andDeutsche Bank were a match made in hell.
The Bank of Wall Street
The bank kept writing checks even after Trump was sued for failing to repay loans. Congressional investigators are going to court to get the financial records of their relationship.
The Enrich Bank: Selling the Loans Before They're Due
Sources inside the bank told Enrich that selling the loans before they mature isn't an option. Enrich said that Trump could raise the cash by selling assets or borrowing from non-mainstream banks outside the formal U.S. banking system. Enrich said that it could pursue the debt in the courts or sell the loans to a vulture institution if Trump doesn't repay the bank.
Two Years of Banking and Insurance Fraud against Donald Trump
The allegations of bank and insurance fraud have been made against Trump for two years. It is no longer speculation. The president of the United States is under criminal investigation. The Trump family has lied on loan applications and insurance forms for decades.