Bank Employees Who Suggested Trump & Kushner Transactions be Investigated Were Ignored

Newspaper New York Times has released details about an anti-money laundering investigation into President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Mr Jared Kushner. Consultants at German lender Deutsche Bank AG reportedly suggested that multiple transactions involving entities controlled by Kushner circa 2016 and 2017 be conveyed to a federal financial crime’s ombudsman.

Quoting 5 ex and current and Deutsche Bank employees; specialists at the bank disallowed their employees' guidance and the reports were never filed with the government. The lender has lent billions of dollars to Trump and Kushners’ business empires since 2015.