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“Trump’s unusual conflict: Millions in debts to German bank now facing federal fines”

WonkBlog: Federal regulators are seeking a $14 billion fine from Deutsche Bank, Trump’s top lender, to settle claims that the bank issued toxic mortgages amid the housing crisis. German media have suggested the bank has sought a state bailout that could … Continue reading ?
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