This was good to see. The Trump Stonewall starting to crumble to the influx of subpoenas …
Deutsche Bank ‘has evidence Jared Kushner made suspicious transactions and is ready to hand it over to Mueller’
by Keith Griffith For Dailymail.com — 20 January 2018
Deutsche Bank has evidence linking presidential advisor Jared Kushner to suspicious money transactions, and is ready to hand it over to special counsel Robert Mueller, according to a new report.
The bank headquartered in Frankfurt has already given German regulators its evidence that Kushner or related companies could have directed suspicious money through Deutsche Bank, Manager Magazin reported on Friday.
‘Their finding: There are indications that Donald Trump’s son-in-law or persons or companies close to him could have channeled suspicious monies through Deutsche Bank as part of their business dealings,’ the report states in German translated to English.
“Channeled” as like in a “pass thru” company? Sort of like a “dry cleaners”?
Deutsche Bank Willing To Report Jared Kushner’s ‘Suspicious Transactions’ To Robert Mueller: Report
Deutsche Bank—a major lender to President Donald Trump and his son-in-law and senior White House advisor Kushner, according to Mother Jones — provided the results to the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, which is Germany’s bank regulatory agency and referred to as BaFin.
No details on the suspicious money transfer were reported. The bank is worried about what the results will mean for its image, according to Manager Magazin.
“What BaFin will do about [the bank’s findings] is not the bank’s greatest concern,” the German magazine reported. “Rather, it’s the noise that U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller … will make in his pursuit of Trump. For he will likely obtain this information — a giant risk to [the bank’s] reputation.”
It’s amazing this Trump Lendor of Last Resort is still dealing with the Trump Circus sideshow — you’d think they would have learned their lesson after this “It’s just business” event about ten years ago.
The lesson that “Donald Trump just can’t be trusted” …
Is Donald Trump’s Dark Russian Secret Hiding in Deutsche Bank’s Vaults?
In November 2008, Steven Molo, an attorney for Deutsche Bank, wrote a letter to the Supreme Court of New York about one of the company’s most troublesome clients. At issue was $640 million that client had borrowed in 2005 to fund construction of a new hotel in Chicago. The client had personally guaranteed the loan, but a few years later, the Great Recession devastated the economy, and he defaulted on his payment, with $330 million outstanding. Deutsche was seeking an immediate $40 million from the client, plus interest, legal fees and costs.
The debtor in question: Donald Trump, the future president of the United States.
Instead of paying up, the New York real estate mogul countersued, claiming the 2008 crash was a force majeure event — one that Deutsche had helped precipitate. Therefore, he argued, he wasn’t obliged to pay back the money. Instead, he claimed Deutsche owed him money — about $3 billion in damages.
In response, Molo drew up a withering document, contrasting Trump’s frivolous writ with his long career of boasting about how rich he was:
Trump proclaims himself “the archetypal businessman, a deal-maker without peer.” Trump has stated in court he is worth billions of dollars. In addition to substantial cash, personal investments and various other tangible assets, he maintains substantial interests in numerous extraordinary properties in New York and around the country.
Or as Glenn Simpson put the question to the House Intel Committee, about Trump’s creditworthiness:
“… you know, someone who says they’re a billionaire but can’t get a bank loan, you know, there’s this whole issue of where is the credit coming from.”
Report: Deutsche Bank Flags ‘Suspicious’ Kushner Company Transactions
by Mary Papenfuss, HuffPost — 01/19/2018
The bank discovered the troubling Kushner company transactions after an internal audit ordered by board President Paul Achleitner, according to the German publication, Manager Magazin, in an article first reported and translated by Mother Jones magazine.
“Achleitner’s internal detectives were embarrassed to deliver their interim report regarding real estate tycoon [Jared] Kushner to the [German] financial regulator BaFin,” stated the article, according to Mother Jones. “Their finding: There are indications that Donald Trump’s son-in-law or persons or companies close to him could have channeled suspicious monies through Deutsche Bank as part of their business dealings.”
Deutsche Bank has reportedly loaned over $2 billion to companies affiliated with Trump since the 1990s. It continued to give millions to him even though he defaulted on one of his loans. Trump owes the German bank at least $130 million, according to the president’s most recent financial disclosure form, though it could be much more. Trump initially turned to the bank after a number of his businesses declared bankruptcy, making it difficult for him to find loans in the U.S.
Something is very Odd about this.
The guy burns you in court, and you still keep loaning him hundreds of millions?
Someone in the bank was either getting major kickbacks on the shady loans;
Or someone owed someone a major favor, BIGTIME. And had no other choice but to keep funding the Trumps. Capisce? Vy ponimayete? Verstehen Sie?
Donald Trump still owes them $130 Million Dollars. Maybe they are just suppose to Fugget about it!
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