Mueller's Russian Federation probe cost his office $3.2 mln in first four months

Mueller's Russian Federation probe cost his office $3.2 mln in first four months

Mueller's Russian Federation probe cost his office $3.2 mln in first four months

US Special Counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly ordered to see data on bank accounts held by Donald Trump and his family. The Deutsche subpoenas were sent several weeks ago, according to the Bloomberg report. "We have confirmed this with the bank and other sources".

Special Counsel Robert Mueller departs after briefing the U.S. House Intelligence Committee on his investigation of potential collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., June 20, 2017.

The combined $6.7 million spent by Mueller's office and other offices supporting his investigation only covers the special counsel's investigation, not the various congressional investigations of Russia's meddling in the election.

Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz, a member of the House Judiciary Committee who drafted the measure, conceded Tuesday that the dollar figure is relatively low, but said he remains concerned that Mueller's investigation is still a waste.

Trump's relationship with Deutsche Bank stretches back some two decades and the roughly $300 million he owes to the bank represents almost half of his outstanding debt, according to a July 2016 analysis compiled by Bloomberg news agency.

Deutsche Bank, which is one of the Trump Organisation's major lenders on its real estate projects, said it would not comment on any of its clients.

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Bankruptcies at his hotel and casino business in the 1990s made much of Wall Street shy away from lending Mr Trump credit, forcing him to look further afield.

Deutsche Bank agreed in January to pay $630m in fines for organising $10bn in sham trades that could have been used to launder Russian money.

In 2012, his Trump International Hotel Hotel and Tower in Chicago was loaned up to $640m, according to a property filing.

U.S. House Democrats have argued that U.S. federal laws protecting banking customers' confidentiality do not apply to requests from Congress.

The subpoena was earlier reported by German daily Handelsblatt.

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