Donald Trump owes Deutsche Bank more than $300 million and held about $5.3 million in two accounts at Signature Bank.
Two well-known financial institutions Deutsche Bank and Signature Bank, which serve Donald Trump, his business, and family members, refused to do business with the current U.S. president. This was reported by Bloomberg on Tuesday, January 12, citing sources.
It is indicated that Deutsche Bank has decided to refrain from any further business relations with Trump and his company. In this case, the U.S. president owes the German bank more than $300 million.
In turn, New York-based Signature Bank, which has long served the Trump family, is closing two of the president’s personal accounts in which he held about $5.3 million. In an official statement, Signature Bank called for Trump’s resignation “in the interest of the country and its people.”
Signature Bank was one of the main banks for the U.S. president and his family – daughter Ivanka Trump, her husband Jared Kushner. Also, the services of this bank were used by Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen.
Earlier it became known that Donald Trump has partially pleaded guilty to the attempted storming of the Capitol. At the same time, he called the main perpetrators the representatives of the anti-fascist movement.
And the day before the U.S. House of Representatives published a resolution on the impeachment of Trump, which accused him of sedition.
As reported, on January 6 in Washington there were unprecedented riots in which Trump supporters tried to storm the building of the U.S. Congress. Four people were killed in the riots.