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Deutsche Bank confirms they have tax returns relating to subpoenas for Trump’s family and companies. New York Times’ David Enrich reports Deutsche Banks is ‘sitting on a vast trove’ of records, telling the ‘full scale of the bank's 20-year relationship’ with Trump.
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61 Comments on "Deutsche Bank Has ‘Vast Trove’ Of President Donald Trump Records | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC"

  1. the never-ending road blovks continue. if that judge was “serious” he should have held him in contempt.

    • Alexander Canella | August 28, 2019 at 7:43 AM | Reply

      @Barton Brown Fred did not give Trump that much. He never owned that much.

    • Mdlclass Worker | August 28, 2019 at 11:29 AM | Reply

      @drunk commenter — actually Congress has the authority and right to see Trump’s tax records, it’s the law, furthermore the judge could issue his own subpoena

    • Just like the campaign Trail chants, lock him up, lock him up. An old saying, where there’s smoke , there is fire. And what I say is not political. If you believe that somebody should produce their birth certificate, and even put a bet on it, and you can’t backup from 2011 your tax returns. And it was said by you on video that you would produce her tax returns. When is that coming out now?

  2. Angry that Judges are so soft Of recalcitrant wealthy defendants. Time for equality of justice.
    If WE tried that We’d be locked up for Contempt Of Court.

  3. OMG😱
    That lawyer try to play stupid with that judge. 🤣😅😜

    • Quentin Beckwith | August 28, 2019 at 11:36 AM | Reply

      @Dre-Day 1127 Oh, and we do not just need Election Security. We also need Voter I.D. It seems you and I do agree on many things and I want to thank you for having a calm and rational debate about all of these topics. It appears that it is becoming more difficult to find this from individuals on both sides of the aisle. This form of civil and rational debate must be returned to the “norm” or this country will continue to push closer to another Civil War.

    • @Quentin Beckwith
      I disagree. Voter ID is a deflection tactic. Voter ID doesn’t present in anyway that the danger of hacking voting machines does. I have never in my life voted without identification. No ID, I can’t vote. Sometimes they’ll even ask me for my voter registration card. I’ve even had to go back home once to get it…lol. If people are voting w/o identification, then it needs to stop. But I would be sure the numbers are very small for how often it happens.
      The two major points in the Election Security bill is to have any person running for President report to the FBI any offers of help from a foreign entity. That includes their family members, staff, etc.
      The other one (which is even bigger to me) is to back up all votes on paper ballots. Sounds old school, but if something is digital, it can be hacked with a few keystrokes, and be done in seconds or minutes. Paper not nearly as easy to manipulate and it would have to be done manually , and would take forever to do.

    • @Dre-Day 1127 how would you be sure it didn’t happen often, just because it hasn’t happened to you?

      Also, you agree that all election interference is bad, but I doubt I’ll see you ranting about dead people voting or people voting multiple times like you do about Trump.
      Never heard of someone ‘hacking’ a machine to change numbers. HAVE heard of election fraud the old fashion way.
      Get to reality.

    • Quentin Beckwith | August 28, 2019 at 12:22 PM | Reply

      @Dre-Day 1127 Ok, so, based on what you said about the Election Security Bill, I feel my theory is correct as to why Mitch will not push it through for a vote. You said you feel that any interference, foreign or domestic, is wrong, so, why would they not include domestic entities in this as well? It was reported that Google donated a hefty amount to the Clinton campaign. Should any company be allowed to donate any amount of money to a candidate? I say, no. This can lead to certain products being pushed more than others or allow companies to have a “better foot in the game” than others. Private business should not be allowed to contribute to campaigns and only individuals should have this ability.

      But, I am in favor of paper ballots, just for the record.

      Now, for Voter I.D. I will provide this article and then you tell me if purely a driver’s license should be enough to allow you to vote.

      I am not sure where you were asked for your Voter Registration Card, but, in my experience, I have never been asked for mine. I’ve never even considered carrying it with me for this reason. I am thankful that they have asked you for this in the past, though.

  4. Benjamin Buckley | August 28, 2019 at 12:21 AM | Reply

    The judge should have held the lawyer in contempt and jailed him.

    • Shut up Benny Buckwheat!

    • JoAnne Middaugh | August 28, 2019 at 9:34 AM | Reply

      @Greg Richey I’m confused. Wasn’t this hearing because a subpoena was already issued? What’s the end game here? Wasting time? When a judge issues a subpoena compelling them to provide what is asked, do people get to ignore it and not comply unless they feel like it? The salient point seems to me that the lawyer did NOT state a legal basis for his claim so he and we are supposed to say OKEY DOKEY? And why are you ok with the undermining of our laws and justice system through obstruction? The judge made a good point about having to go to court to get an order to get compliance. He must have been wondering what the end game is also since this ploy has rendered the lower courts powerless. What a waste of taxpayer money this clown in the WH is.

    • How was he in contempt?

    • Benjamin Buckley … just another leftist who has no idea what he’s talking about. And looking at all of those thumbs up for his comment, he has plenty of company.

  5. Diana Hulstine | August 28, 2019 at 12:59 AM | Reply


  6. Damn Yankee’s Daughter | August 28, 2019 at 1:05 AM | Reply

    Have them give Jeffrey Epstein’s while they are at it. They were complicit in his antics as well

    • It not required. Hel I’m going y go to court and just ask for your tax returns. It seems like anyone can ask for anyone’s now

    • scott chadwick | August 28, 2019 at 11:38 AM | Reply

      @Drew Drewski Clinton’s are in court now over her emails. I am sure they will also be involved with epstien case.

    • @Leo Peridot so now trump is a pedo? Wow it never ends. Hes just the devil isn’t he. Orange man bad

  7. Thomas Mullenix | August 28, 2019 at 1:43 AM | Reply

    WGAF! Show us the bank and tax records of the 240 some millionaires that became millionaires while in office!

    • look whats happening now | August 28, 2019 at 11:43 AM | Reply

      @R Fuhrer they already released their’s. DOLT! 🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤

    • Moron that’s easy to figure out. Paid $150-250k/year, free health care, housing, 6-figure pension plan, campaigns funded by tax-deductible donations that they are allowed to keep the surplus of after each campaign.
      The corruption is built right into the system, drooler.

    • Justino Nilo Perez | August 28, 2019 at 12:06 PM | Reply

      @L H u r a genius, not. Of course he’s making money that’s his business. Trump 2020 KAG!!!!!

  8. Robert Oreilly | August 28, 2019 at 1:55 AM | Reply

    If it took years to get a tax return…how effective is our entire government ?

  9. Brittany Bonnie | August 28, 2019 at 2:05 AM | Reply

    i dont think he knows pr is a part of america …as the president its his job

  10. MrArchangel73521 | August 28, 2019 at 2:31 AM | Reply

    Russians assets living in the U.S. need a way to get paid…Deutsche Bank…is Trump’s bank !!!

    • Duh, we’ve known this for years since he became president. at least he gives America a backbone when it comes to China’s trade manipulation, and making NATO pay its fair share for our protection

  11. “Contractual obligations” lol

  12. Is there any way to hear the rest of the court hearing?

    • Tommy LaKindaSorta | August 28, 2019 at 12:04 PM | Reply

      @maya L No, Maya. Trump’s whack-job behavior and over 12,000 confirmed lies have led to the presumption of guilt. It has nothing to do with Muller.

    • @maya L You’re funny.
      Racist Trump makes the US looking like fools, the world is moving on without us. At least Trump stood up for Putin at the G7. He wants the next G7 at his resort, pretty slimy.

    • @Tommy LaKindaSorta – Apparently you are unfamiliar with the Mueller investigation and report. Go catch up on current events and then get back to me. You should focus in particular on “exoneration” as used in the Mueller report and its legal/constitutional implications for the criminal justice system.

    • @tecums3h – I don’t care what he wants, I only care about what happens. And the next G7 summit being held in one of his resorts won’t be happening.

    • Tommy LaKindaSorta | August 28, 2019 at 12:27 PM | Reply

      @maya L Irrelevant to the point I was making. To anyone who isn’t brainwashed by the right-wing propaganda, it is beyond obvious that Trump is a liar and a criminal BASED SOLELY ON TRUMP’S WORDS AND ACTIONS. All you need to do is pay attention to his behavior and apply some basic critical-thinking skills.

  13. Reality Check | August 28, 2019 at 4:00 AM | Reply

    A banks’ contractual agreement with a customer doesn’t supersede a legal demand from the court’s. Criminal activity isn’t protected under contract like criminal activity doesn’t cover lawyer/client privilege. The bank may end on being charged with crimes, like Cohen, trying to shelter Trump.

  14. He’s defensive to distract you

  15. Erich Nussbaum | August 28, 2019 at 5:06 AM | Reply

    If you assume that Donald Trump is an impostor, suddenly everything makes sense!

  16. where is Rachel Maddow? she is excellent on covering trump’s taxes.

    • Terry Lane : Once the Tax Returns get into the Public Domain, Trump is OVER, America . . . Don’t forget that. Why wait for 2020 elections, when this could be OVER, NOW?

    • @Ash Roskell I bet trump has been trolling everyone with these tax returns and it will show he has done nothing illegal.. …I bet you your life on that.

    • Exactly

    • @Ash Roskell I mean are you that stupid and ignorant that you can’t see he is the president of the united states of america the highest office in the land Obamas FBI and CIA agents have done a full background check don’t you think(which you don’t) it would have leaked two years ago before he sat in office.

    • @jose g. I am thinking the and exact thing. It will be biggest troll in world history. Come on if there was dirt on him it would have came out by now. Nobody can keep a secret these days.

  17. When did the judge find conformation of a ,:Vast Trove”? All I heard is sorry, we are not going to answer that. What a misleading headline.

  18. And just like with Russia this too will go NOWHERE

  19. Look at these Russian bots go!

    Comments section is 🔥

    ‘Agent Orange’ is going down!

  20. Daniel Schaeffer | August 28, 2019 at 11:43 AM | Reply

    This makes America furious. Sooner or later those documents will come to light, and it’s only a matter of time before the whole clan gets RICOed.

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