Perhaps the F.B.I.’s Robert Mueller does not have an atlas. Maybe there is not a map anywhere in the entire bureau, we just don’t know. It is hard to come to any other conclusion when we read Bloomberg News and discover that the so-called “Russian probe” is looking into Deutsche Bank s as the “witch hunt” that President Donald Trump talked about is charging foolishly onward.
Mueller is “forcing the bank to submit documents on its relationship with Trump and his family” according to a source that Bloomberg quotes “who was briefed on the matter.” It now seems that the only tie in with Russia is that the bank may have loaned Trump the money needed for whatever fairytale the F.B.I. thinks happened.
The problem with this theory is that Trump was not even planning with any seriousness to run for president and none of the money went to anything but his property. These properties have no connection to Russia, Putin, or anything else that the Democrats are seeking.
“Deutsche Bank always cooperates with investigating authorities in all countries,” the bank said. Then again, even if Trump was going to use the money nefariously, would they tell the bank? This case makes very little sense and the agenda is obvious.
Trump owed the bank $3 million from business dealings and real estate deals from before he was president. Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) has tried to imply that the loans made years before Trump even ran for president are a Russian connection as the whole case is clearly falling apart for the left.
How can a loan for property or related business conducted years before the firm idea to run was even planted be a Russian connection?
Bloomberg shows that “an internal investigation carried out by Deutsche Bank didn’t yield any evidence of connections between the client relationship with Trump and the bank’s so-called Russian mirror trades affair.” In other words, there is no connection between Trump’s investments, homes, or Russia.
Then again, we knew this before Mueller even began, didn’t we?
Source: Bloomberg News