Reports: Deutsche Bank Gets Subpoena for Trump Accounts

Germany’s Deutsche Bank AG has received a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller that seeks information on certain transactions in accounts held by President Trump and his family, multiple media outlets reported early Tuesday. Citing privacy laws, Deutsche Bank in June reportedly rejected a request by U.S. House members to share details of the president’s finances. The bank has loaned hundreds of millions of dollars to the Trump Organization for real-estate ventures. Mueller is probing Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election—and whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russian government.