The attorney general's office issued subpoenas late Monday to the banks, which opens an additional line of inquiry into Deutsche Bank's dealings with Trump, the newspaper reported, citing one unnamed source.
New York Attorney General Letitia James, an outspoken critic of Trump, promised during her campaign previous year to investigate the president's business dealings.
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A person familiar with the matter says Monday's subpoenas seek loan applications, mortgages and other records.
NY AG Letitia James issued subpoenas to two banks "for records relating to the financing of four major Trump Organization projects and a failed effort to buy the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League in 2014", The New York Times reports.
The subpoenas seek information related to loans for Trump-branded properties in Washington, Miami, New York and Chicago, as well as Trump's 2014 attempt to buy the Bills, according to the person.
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In May, five Democratic members of the House of Representatives sent a letter to Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan asking the bank to turn in any records relating to Trump's accounts and any ties to Russian Federation.
On Tuesday, James lobbied lawmakers in Albany to loosen double-jeopardy laws that prohibit state prosecutors from bringing similar charges against individuals pardoned from federal charges. Neither Deutsche Bank nor Investors Bank representatives could be immediately reached.
During the testimony, Cohen alleged that President Donald Trump had inflated his financial assets in statements to Deutsche Bank. It's unclear what penalties Trump could face, but the state attorney general does have the power to dissolve a business in court if her office finds evidence of illegality.
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Mr Trump has complained that she is waging a politically motivated vendetta against him. Cohen also said Trump inflated his assets to show how wealthy he was and deflated them to help lower his real estate taxes, particularly on golf courses. Her office has already sued Trump's personal charitable foundation for allegedly using donated funds for business and legal purposes that benefited Trump and his company.