Thursday, October 10, 2019
President Trump's biggest lender has told an appeals court it does not have in its possession Trump's personal tax returns, according to a ruling released Thursday in a legal battle between Congress and the president. The disclosure came in an order from the New York-based appeals court, which is considering whether Trump can block subpoenas from two House committees seeking years of his personal financial documents from Deutsche Bank and Capital One. The lawsuit, which preceded the House impeachment inquiry, is one of several the president has filed to try to block access to his business data.
I talked today to a former @DeutscheBank executive, who was among those who reviewed the @realDonaldTrump tax returns that were in the bank's possession.
When I told him Deutsche says it doesn't have the returns, this is how he reacted. (Posting this with source's permission) pic.twitter.com/37XiskaFfi
David Enrich (@davidenrich) October 10, 2019
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