Trump reacts to testimony by ‘big and respected’ Deutsche Bank: ‘no defaults, no nothing’

2JNAFEF New York, USA. 10th Aug, 2022. Former President of the United States of America Donald J. Trump is staying at Trump Tower in New York, on Wednesday (10). Trump is staying at Trump Tower overnight following a dinner in Bedminster, New Jersey, USA, on Tuesday (9). His residence at Mar-a-Lago was raided by the FBI in the state of Florida. He is seen leaving the Tower in the morning of Wednesday (10) (Credit Image: © Niyi Fote/TheNEWS2 via ZUMA Press Wire)

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President Trump took to Truth Social this week to react to a Deutsche Bank executive’s testimony that has the potential to blow apart the New York Attorney General Letitia James’ civil fraud case against the 45th president.

The latest in the ongoing $250 million civil fraud case headed up by James sees the testimony of an executive from Deutsche Bank that could be very damaging. James had filed a lawsuit last year against President Trump for the so-called inflation of his assets for financial gain. 

The Gateway Pundit reported on Tuesday what the Deutsche Bank executive, David Williams, said in his testimony when talking about the approved loan President Trump received with supposed undervalued assets.

Williams testified that the loans were “atypical, but not entirely unusual,” The Gateway Pundit reported. He had also explained to the court that banks can still grant loans regardless of a difference in opinion about assets.

On Truth Social, President Trump expresses his elation at Williams’s testimony: “The big and respected bank yesterday said the loans were great, they got their money, and that I did nothing wrong.”

President Trump also communicated his anger at the corrupt and weaponized Department of Justice, saying, “This is a RIGGED AND VICTIMLESS CASE THAT SHOULD HAVE NEVER BEEN BROUGHT by the Corrupt New York State Attorney General and her Puppet Judge.” 

President Trump isn’t the only one fed up with the case. RSBN reported that House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik had filed a judicial ethics complaint against Judge Arthur Engoron. Stefanik’s complaint was in response to the “inappropriate bias and judicial intemperance shown by Judge Arthur F. Engoron.” 

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