(TargetLiberty.org) – Banks have joined tech companies in turning against President Trump, with two lenders cutting connections on Tuesday. It’s the latest move in a campaign to isolate and harass the president.
On Tuesday, January 12, there were reports that Deutsche Bank, the largest bank in Germany, was ending its business dealings with President Trump and his companies. The business relationship goes back to the 1990s and totals more than $2 billion in funds. Two insiders at the bank confirmed to Bloomberg News that Deutsche Bank won’t do any new deals with the president.
Deutsche Bank will no longer do business with President Donald Trump, a move that will cut off his business from a major source of loans that once helped fund his golf courses and hotels. https://t.co/pNeUgnr1FB
— CNN International (@cnni) January 12, 2021
If the bank is hoping to buy favors with a Democrat administration, they could be disappointed. Left-wingers like Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) are determined to punish Deutsche Bank for having worked with the president.
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