Maxine Waters: Deutsche Bank Has Begun Providing Trump Financial Records For House Probe ‘We Are Looking Into Everything’

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), Chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, told reporters on Tuesday that Deutsche Bank has begun providing Trump’s financial records to her Committee in yet another witch hunt of the President.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller cleared President Trump over the weekend and concluded that Trump’s campaign did not conspire with Russia to win the 2016 election.

Mueller’s team interviewed 500 witnesses and issued 2800 subpoenas in an investigation that spanned over 675 days with a total of 19 high-powered lawyers — and they found NOTHING incriminating on President Trump.

Maxine Waters, one of the most corrupt Congresswomen in US history, told reporters on Tuesday that her panel is looking into “everything” regarding Trump’s dealings with Deutsche Bank.

The Hill reported:

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) said Tuesday that Deutsche Bank has begun cooperating with an investigation into its extensive history with Trump, who borrowed millions of dollars from the bank over several decades.

When asked Tuesday at the Capitol if Deutsche Bank had started to hand over records of it financial relationship with Trump, Waters replied, “Yes.”

The chairwoman also said she was satisfied with Deutsche Bank’s cooperation with the probe and that the Financial Services panel is looking into “everything” regarding Trump’s dealings with the bank.

Waters and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, are investigating the president’s finances through his ties to Deutsche Bank. The German bank was one of the few financial institutions willing to lend to Trump when others wouldn’t deal with him, often using unconventional methods.

House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) also launched a massive probe into Trump’s personal life and finances.

These lawless Democrats must be stopped.

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