In 2016 and 2017, after Trump was already in office, investigators found multiple overseas bank transactions, through Deusche Bank, involving companies controlled by Donald Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

Florida-based money laundering specialists prepared a “suspicious activities report” for the Treasury department.

But executives a Deutsche Bank, who had loaned Trump more than $2.5 billion, refused to cooperate with the justice department, knowing that if they did they would lose all the money loaned to Donald and his apprentice.

The loans involved trump, Kushner, Kushner’s real estate companies, and Russian individuals.

Tammy McFadden, who brought the transactions to light, was fired by Deutsche Bank for her pressing the investigation.

These loans were part of a much lager scheme to launder billions of dollars for Russian Oligarchs wanting to get their money out of Russia and “cleaned up.”

Trump sued the bank to block it from complying with congressional subpoenas.

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