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BREAKING: Judge Rejects Trump Effort to Stop Release of Deutsche Bank Records to Congress

Mediaite Wednesday, 22 May 2019
A federal judge in New York has ruled Deutsche Bank and Capital One Financial Corp can give Trump’s financial records to Democratic lawmakers. Lawyers for Trump and his three oldest children appeared in New York federal court Wednesday to challenge subpoenas for information about the Trumps’ businesses. CNBC reported Capital One is in possession of […]
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A federal judge has ruled against President Trump in a fight over his financial records.

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