Trump lenders subpoenaed by NY attorney general in new probe

Trump lenders subpoenaed by NY attorney general in new probe

Trump lenders subpoenaed by NY attorney general in new probe

Now, State Attorney General Letitia James is looking for more, according to The New York Times.

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New York's Attorney General has subpoenaed records from Deutsche Bank, seeking information on the funding for several Trump Organization hotels and the failed buyout of the Buffalo Bills, The New York Times reported on Monday.

The request to Deutsche Bank sought loan applications, mortgages, lines of credit and other financing transactions in connection with the Trump International Hotel in Washington, the Trump National Doral outside Miami, and the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago, the New York Times reported the person as saying.

Olayinka Fadahunsi, Vice President of Communications at Deutsche Bank in NY, declined to comment on the subpoena.

The subpoenas also relate to Trump's unsuccessful attempt to buy the Buffalo Bills NFL team in 2014.

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Deutsche Bank has been one of the few major banks willing to regularly lend to Trump, whose past financial troubles scared off large NY banks. A Hong Kong-based representative for Deutsche Bank was unable to provide an immediate comment Tuesday.

It also adds to Trump's own legal pressure.

Following that testimony New York's insurance regulator issued a subpoena to the Trump Organization's primary insurance broker, Aon Plc, for details about its relationship with the Trump Organization and Trump himself, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Deutsche Bank and Investors Bank declined comment to the Times, while the Trump Organization didn't respond to its requests for comment.

Deutsche Bank had been Trump's go-to lender for decades, even as other commercial banks stopped doing business with him because of multiple bankruptcies. It's unclear what penalties Trump could face, but the state attorney general does have the power to dissolve a business in court if her office finds evidence of illegality.

Previously, a different NY state agency, which regulates insurance companies, launched an inquiry into Cohen's allegations that Trump also misled insurance companies about his financial worth.

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