New York prosecutors have subpoenaed Deutsche Bank, President Trump’s longtime lender, in line with the criminal investigation into the Trump organization’s business practices, reports said.
The Manhattan district attorney’s office is asking the bank to send them financial records that Trump and his company presented to them.
Deutsche Bank has lent Trump and his company over $2 billion in the last 20 years.
Prosecutors are looking at tax and insurance fraud allegations exposed by the media before Trump ran for president in 2016.
The Manhattan district attorney’s office headed by Cyrus Vance, reportedly received the bank records from Deutsche Bank.