Deutsche Bank Responds To New York Times
The German bank issued a statement is response to an article in the New York Times alleging that staff saw suspicious activity in company accounts controlled by President Trump and his family members but their concerns were dismissed.
— Deutsche Bank ❤️🇪🇺 (@DeutscheBank) May 20, 2019
Deutsche Bank employees charged with spotting illicit activity repeatedly encountered potentially suspicious transactions by companies controlled by President Trump and his family members. But bank managers dismissed the concerns as unwarranted. https://t.co/nmUvX63t5w
— The New York Times (@nytimes) May 19, 2019
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