Democrats probing Trump, Deutsche Bank see new momentum - 9:38 AM 5/21/2019

The Finance 202: Democrats probing Trump, Deutsche Bank see new momentumTHE TICKER
The Deutsche Bank headquarters is seen behind a lamp in Frankfurt, Germany. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), the top Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee, wants to get to the bottom of Deutsche Bank loans to Trump entitites. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) Congressional Democrats — with new momentum in their legal fight to investigate President Trump’s conduct and records — are pressing Deutsche Bank for more information on a report that the firm ignored red flags about suspicious activity from the Trump and Kushner organizations. Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner is now a senior White House adviser. The development brings even more political heat to the only major financial firm willing to bank Trump over the past two decades as he suffered a series of bankruptcies and defaults — and which still holds $300 million in outstanding debt from the now-president. Deutsche Bank also faced en…

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