The Kook, ‘the Mooch’ and the Loot
security service among her clients for years, Russian court documents seen by Reuters show.”
The Times also reported: “Banking regulators are reviewing hundreds of millions of dollars in loans made to Mr. Trump’s businesses through Deutsche Bank’s private
wealth management unit, which caters to an ultrarich clientele, according to three people briefed on the review who were not authorized to speak publicly.”
The Times report continued: “Separately, Deutsche Bank has been in contact with federal
investigators about the Trump accounts, according to two people briefed on the matter.
And the bank is expecting to eventually have to provide information to Robert S. Mueller III, the
special counsel overseeing the federal investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.”
Not only did NBC report that “Marc Kasowitz is no longer leading the president’s group of private lawyers,” Politico reported
that Mark Corallo, spokesman for the Trump legal team, resigned because he “was concerned about whether he was being told the truth about various matters.”
If people on Trump’s legal payroll are worried that they aren’t being told the truth, how worried should the rest of us be?
All those things that have never made sense — Trump’s warm-and-fuzzies for Vladimir Putin, the mass amnesia about meetings with Russians by people connected to the Trump campaign, Trump’s prickly protectiveness about releasing financial details
and documents, including his tax returns — must be made to make sense
Trump tapped Anthony Scaramucci, a Wall Street snake investment huckster, to be the new communications director, a move
that caused Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who reported “vehemently disagreed with the appointment,” to resign.