washington - A Donald Trump lawyer denied Tuesday that US Special Investigator Robert Mueller of the Deutsche Bank claimed information about the president.
According to an initiate, the former FBI boss would have sent the financial institution a summons a few weeks ago.
Jay Sekulow, one of the lawyers Trump supports, denied it in all directions. According to him, the Deutsche Bank has not received any request from Mueller to provide account statements from the President or his family.
'We have been confirmed that reports that the Special Investigation Commission has requested financial data from the President are not correct,' Sekulow said. 'There was no summons. That is what the bank and other sources have assured us. '
Deutsche Bank lent Trump in granting hundreds of millions of dollars for real estate projects. That happened before he ended up in the White House. Mueller asked the bank according to the source for information about the business relationship with Trump and his family.
The bank previously refused to hand over data about Trump to members of a committee in the US House of Representatives. According to the institution, it was confidential information. The Democratic opposition in the United States wants to know if there is a link between the borrowed money and the Russians.