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"A bad spotlight. Trump is the only president since the nineteen seventies who hasn't willingly disclosed his taxes. The release says Sanders income crossed the one million dollars threshold in two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen though he reported loss less earnings in his most recent return to house committees. They're issuing subpoenas to several banks including Deutsche Bank, a g in an effort to gather more information about president Donald. Trump's finances more on that now from correspondent Bill Rakoff, the house intelligence and the financial services committees will join the ways and means committee, which is already looking into the president's finances, specifically his income tax returns. Deutsche Bank has reportedly provided more than two billion dollars in loans to Mr. Trump and his spokesman for that institution says it is cooperating with the committee's other banks involved in the subpoenas include city group J P Morgan Chase and Bank of America. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington the feds Chicago, president predicting no change in interest rates. The Federal Reserve may pause interest rate hikes for a long time. The feds Chicago president Charles Evans, still CNBC that he doesn't think rates will move until the fall of twenty twenty saying that will help support the inflation outlook and make sure it's a stable"