Robert Mueller is following the money.
The Special Counsel’s investigation has moved closer to President Trump and his family by requesting information about their finances from a German bank, according to reports.
Deutsche Bank, the largest German lender and the force behind multiple Trump projects, received a subpoena several weeks ago, the newspaper Handelsblatt first reported Tuesday.
The bank, which Trump reportedly owed $300 million for his real estate business dealings, had previously rejected calls for more information about how it worked with the entrepreneur-turned-executive.
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It did not provide information about the Mueller inquiry, but told Bloomberg that it “always cooperates with investigating authorities in all countries.”
Mueller’s inquiry into alleged Russian election meddling and potential Team Trump involvement in it has moved closer to the President’s inner circle since the indictment …