President Donald Trump’s relationship with Deutsche Bank was exposed in all its glory in a shocking, new bombshell report. According to the New York Times, Trump was dealing with a bank team led by Richard Byrne in 2003.
An explosive new report from the New York Times claims that Deutsche Bank employees determined that President Donald Trump was lying to them about his personal wealth, which was vastly less than what he’d claimed.
On Monday, the Kansas City Star reported that Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) has been disinvited from an upcoming GOP event in Christian County, one of the most conservative parts of the state, in retaliation for his vote to affirm the House resolution canceling President Donald Trump’s national emergency to build a border wall:
A gun supply store in St.Louis named Tactical Sh*t posted a disgraceful remark about the New Zealand mascara on social media, reported River Front Times. The death toll is at least 50 people according to CNN. A person running the Facebook page asked followers to answer the following poll:
A major new report from the New York Times indicates that executives at Deutsche Bank saw major “red flags” surrounding President Donald Trump’s financial dealings — but they kept funding him anyway, in part because he helped bring prestige to their institution.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is furious at parody accounts on Twitter claiming to be his mom and one of his cows. According to Fox News, Nunes is sick of being mocked and ridiculed on Twitter and is striking back.