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Special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian investigation team served Deutsche Bank with a subpoena for Donald Trump's financial records with the bank, according to a report by German business paper Handelsblatt. The records requested include a large loan in the hundreds of millions that Trump owes to Germany's biggest financial institution.

Both and Handelsblatt and Reuters report that the subpoena was issued several weeks ago, and that it requests information on the bank's dealings not just with Trump, but also with his daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner, and First Lady Melania as well.

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