Deutsche Bank expert baffled after company claims it no longer has Trump's tax returns
HARRISBURG, PA - APRIL 29, 2017: President Trump giving a two thumbs up gesture as he exits the stage of his campaign rally. Held at The Farm Show Complex and Expo Center. (Photo by Evan El-Amin/Shutterstock)

In a new revelation, Deutsche Bank said in a letter to a U.S. court that the company does not have President Donald Trump's tax returns.


The documents were required by the bank when Trump was applying for loans. In fact, numerous current and former bank executives previously told New York Times financial reporter David Enrich that the bank had portions of the returns for multiple years.

"It is unclear when Deutsche Bank stopped retaining the tax returns," the New York Times said.

"We remain committed to cooperating with authorized investigations," said Deutsche Bank spokesperson Troy Gravitt.

Read the full report from The New York Times.