Listen: The New York Times, Deutsche Bank And Donald Trump discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Ahead. More on this breaking news from the New York Times House Democrats issuing formal subpoenas to Deutsche Bank to get Trump's financial documents and Russia information, the reporter who broke that story just called in joins me next. Breaking news site. The New York Times of congressional Democrats have now subpoenaed Deutsche Bank, I am joined by phone with reporters who broke this very story. David enrich of the New York Times, my Wiley, former prosecutor in the southern district of New York. Also with me, David your story has all of the big items in it financial records, Trump related Russian dealings, and I see a reference to investing money laundering. What did you find? Well, we've known for a while that two of the most important committees on Capitol Hill that has services committee and having tell committee are conducting a joint investigation into the bank's long long dairy unusual relationship with Donald Trump and tonight for the first time we've learned that the team has actually started being issued which means that Deutsche Bank is very soon. I think going to be handing over reams of materials to some very experienced investigators and former federal prosecutors are working on this case. Let's dig into that point you made that you say, it's a big development because of the nature of the information going back to congress viewers familiar with times where the word subpoena is used and then it sets off long fight with for example, people who follow orders from President Trump the point you seem to be digging into there. And that the article makes is"