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So what we thought is true. Trump is in Putin's pocket. Deutsche Bank is in possession of loan documents that show Donald Trump has obtained loans with co-signers and that he would not have been able to obtain those loans without co-signers. These co-signers are the Oligarchs who are Putin's mates. This was when Deutsche Bank were the only people who would touch Trump.

This story will be subject to huge attempts to shut it down or minimise it. But as it's just breaking now, I think we've seen, the beginning of the end of Trump.

Oh and  Deutsche Bank has many of Trump's tax returns

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Mr Coss,

victory is near. The Deutsche Bank  as commonly known has become a gang of crooks, already made responsible for laundering criminally assembled huge funds out of Russia. The story that their oligarch customers signed for Donald  would be an elegant termination of the Trump-desaster. I shall lit a candle in the Cologne Cathedral to make the dream come true. Costs  2 € but worth the cash. Maybe I lit 2 candles.

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Republicans have been trying to bury Mueller's second section, of the report.

Democrats are merely collecting evidence, for the prosecutions that Mueller pointed to, but couldn't pursue, as his employer wouldn't allow him, to prosecute a sitting president.

Congress, however, can prosecute or impeach if they so desire. 

Meanwhile the entertainment continues, and Trumperbelle unravels more each day, with his wild staring, drug imbued eyes.

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Oh I forgot..

Cav - in simple terms for you :: Trump is up to his nipples in money laundering with Oligarchs and the Kremlin and Deutsche Bank

now for multiple words and phrases strung together, multiple paragraphs even - remove guns and hard objects from room or you'll need a new computer/tablet/phone/tv ::

Robert Mueller issued a subpoena for the banking records of people affiliated with Trump. The move forced Deutsche Bank – Trump's biggest lender – to turn over documents related to certain credit transactions and the $300 million Trump owes the lender. Legal experts said it showed Mueller was "following the money" in search of links between the campaign and the Kremlin since Deutsche Bank may have sold some of Trump's mortgage or loans to Russian-owned banks, which could potentially give Russia leverage over Trump. Jay Sekulow, one of Trump's personal lawyers, denied that a subpoena had been issued. Since 1998, Deutsche has helped loan at least $2.5 billion to companies affiliated with Trump, which he used to build or purchase highest-profile projects in Washington, New York, Chicago and Florida. (The Guardian / Bloomberg / Reuters / Wall Street Journal)

The Trump administration waived fines for Deutsche Bank and four other multinational banks convicted of manipulating global interest rates. Trump owes Deutsche at least $130 million in loans that were originally worth $300 million. The German bank was also fined $425 million by New York State for laundering $10 billion out of Russia. (International Business Times / USA Today)

Justice Anthony Kennedy's son, Justin, worked at Deutsche Bank for more than a decade, helping loan Trump more than $1 billion at a time when other banks wouldn't. Since 1998, Deutsche has helped loan Trump at least $2.5 billion, of which at least $130 million is still owed to the bank. In 2017, Deutsche Bank AG agreed to pay $425 million to New York's banking regulator over a money laundering scheme that helped Russian investors move $10 billion out of Russia. Trump later waived the fines for the bank after Robert Mueller issued a subpoena to Deutsche for the banking records of people affiliated with him. Following Trump's first address to Congress in February 2017, he stopped to tell Justice Kennedy: "Say hello to your boy. Special guy." (New York Times)

Deutsche Bank loaned more than $2 billion to Trump over nearly two decades during his time as a real estate developer at a time when other banks wouldn't lend to him. The bank repeatedly loaned money to Trump despite multiple business-related "red flags," including instances where Trump exaggerated his wealth by an extra $2 billion in order to secure additional loans from the bank. In 2010, Trump returned to Deutsche Bank for $100 million loan, even though it had concluded at the time that Trump had overvalued some of his real estate assets by up to 70%. (New York Times / New York Times / CNBC)

House Democrats subpoenaed Deutsche Bank for Trump's personal and financial records. Democrats also subpoenaed JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, and Citigroup for documents related to possible Russian money laundering. Maxine Waters said Trump's "potential use of the U.S. financial system for illicit purposes is a very serious concern" and that the House Intelligence and Financial Services committees will "follow the facts wherever they may lead us." Deutsche Bank reportedly requested a so-called "friendly subpoena" from the committees before it would comply with their request. The Trump Organization, meanwhile, said it was looking at options to block Deutsche Bank from complying with the subpoena. (New York Times / CNN / Politico / Reuters / Washington Post)

Good one this :: Trump, his family, and the Trump Organization are suing Deutsche Bank and Capital One to block their compliance with subpoenas from House Democrats seeking his financial records. Trump's attorneys argue that the subpoenas serve "no legitimate or lawful purpose" and were issued to harass Trump and "rummage through every aspect of his personal finances, his businesses, and the private information of the President and his family." House Democrats called it a "meritless lawsuit" that was "only designed to put off meaningful accountability as long as possible" in order to "obstruct Congress's constitutional oversight authority." The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Trump, Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump, and the Trump Organization. Deutsche Bank and Capital One intend to begin providing documents to the House on May 6th, absent court intervention. (New York Times / Politico / Axios / CNBC / CNN)

Deutsche Bank staff identified multiple suspicious transactions made in 2016 and 2017 by legal entities controlled by Trump and Jared Kushner. A group of anti-money-laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank recommended that the bank report the transactions to a federal financial-crimes watchdog. But executives at the bank, from which Trump has borrowed billions of dollars, rejected the advice of their staff and chose not to file the reports with the government. The nature of the transactions in question is still unclear, but at least some of them involved money flowing back and forth between overseas entities or individuals, something the bank employees flagged as suspicious. Deutsche Bank has denied the report that its executives ignored the recommendations of its own anti-money-laundering specialists. (New York Times / Reuters / Reuters)

MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell said that a "single source close to Deutsche Bank" said Trump had Russian oligarchs co-sign his loan documents. O'Donnell added that his source said Trump would not have been able to obtain his loans with Deutsche without the co-signers, which described as "Russian billionaires close to Vladimir Putin." (Washington Examiner / Business Insider / Twitter)

Trump's personal attorney threatened NBCUniversal and Lawrence O'Donnell with a defamation suit for reporting that "Russian oligarchs" co-signed loans to Trump. Charles Harder demanded that O'Donnell and NBCU "immediately and prominently retract, correct and apologize for the aforementioned false and defamatory statements." (Hollywood Reporter)

Chickens, home, roost.

 

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March 20 2018

"I think I posted here a long way back, that when this Russian thing, is exposed fully to the rays of sunshine that constitute daylight, that I would not be surprised if the entire Trump Clan, faces financial ruin." 

 

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Good on Texas!!!

Texas governor signs law increasing the age to buy tobacco products to 21

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signed Senate Bill 21 into law, which will end the sale of tobacco products to those under 21. Supporters say increasing the minimum age by three years should reduce the risk of addiction.

Abbott on Friday signed the legislation, which covers cigarettes, e-cigarettes or other tobacco products. The only exception to the law is for those in the military.
The law will go into effect September 1.
Anyone caught breaking this new law, the bill states, will face a Class C misdemeanor and a fine of up to $500.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/08/health/texas-new-tobacco-law/index.html

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Good on Texas, again!!!

DFW's K9 Crew Comes to the Rescue

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https://www.dfwairport.com/dogsofdfw/index.php

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