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Thu Nov 28, 2019, 04:50 AM

deutsche bank executive who approved trump loans suicide?

well, he had been called to testify to congress ….

https://forensicnews.net/2019/11/27/deutsche-bank-executive-who-signed-off-on-trump-loans-kills-self-at-age-55/

question : why are loans to a self declared billionaire who purportedly owns extensive property considered "risky?"

https://www.trumpbodycount.org/

add to body count

the indigenous bolivians killed by the us junta as well as the indigenous amazonians killed as the blackstone group ceo schwarzman burns their forest and converts their land to corporate agriculture.

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Reply deutsche bank executive who approved trump loans suicide? (Original post)
rampartb Nov 28 OP
Da Mannn Nov 28 #1
rampartb Nov 28 #2
New Deal Democrat Nov 28 #3
rampartb Nov 28 #4
New Deal Democrat Nov 28 #9
sipow Nov 28 #5
rampartb Nov 28 #6
quad489 Nov 28 #7
New Deal Democrat Nov 28 #10
rahtruelies Nov 28 #8

Response to rampartb (Original post)

Thu Nov 28, 2019, 04:59 AM

1. Desperately seeking to warp any story to fit a narative. Great propaganda rampartb!

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Response to Da Mannn (Reply #1)

Thu Nov 28, 2019, 05:07 AM

2. and if ms clinyon's banker had died before testifying to congress?

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Response to rampartb (Original post)

Thu Nov 28, 2019, 05:24 AM

3. God question. Trump was broke at the time and he had a toxic credit rating.

Trump was all but finished as a major real-estate developer, in the eyes of many in the business, and that’s because the U.S. banking industry was pretty much finished with him. By the early 1990s he had burned through his portion of his father Fred’s fortune with a series of reckless business decisions. Two of his businesses had declared bankruptcy, the Trump Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City and the Plaza Hotel in New York, and the money pit that was the Trump Shuttle went out of business in 1992. Trump companies would ultimately declare Chapter 11 bankruptcy two more times. When would-be borrowers repeatedly file for protection from their creditors, they become poison to most major lenders and, according to financial experts interviewed for this story, such was Trump’s reputation in the U.S. financial industry at that juncture.

For the rest of the ’90s a chastened Trump launched little in the way of major new business ventures (with a few exceptions, such as the Trump World Tower across from the United Nations, which began construction in 1999 and was financed by two German lenders, Deutsche Bank and Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank). “He took about 10 years off, and really sort of licked his wounds and tried to recover,” D’Antonio said. As late as 2003, Trump was in such desperate financial trouble that at a meeting with his siblings following his father’s death he pressed them to hurriedly sell his father’s estate off, against the late Fred Trump’s wishes, the New York Times reported in an investigation of Trump family finances in October. And his businesses kept failing: In 2004, Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts filed for bankruptcy with $1.8 billion dollars of debt.

But Trump eventually made a comeback, and according to several sources with knowledge of Trump’s business, foreign money played a large role in reviving his fortunes, in particular investment by wealthy people from Russia and the former Soviet republics. This conclusion is buttressed by a growing body of evidence amassed by news organizations, as well as what is reportedly being investigated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the Southern District of New York. It is a conclusion that even Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., has appeared to confirm, saying in 2008—after the Trump Organization was prospering again—that “Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross-section of a lot of our assets.”

Trump’s former longtime architect, Alan Lapidus, echoed this view in an interview with FP this month. Lapidus said that based on what he knew from the internal workings of the organization, in the aftermath of Trump’s earlier financial troubles “he could not get anybody in the United States to lend him anything. It was all coming out of Russia. His involvement with Russia was deeper than he’s acknowledged.”

https://foreignpolicy.com/2018/12/21/how-russian-money-helped-save-trumps-business/

IMO this is why Trump is so fond of Putin. Russia probably cosigned his Deutsche Bank loans. I don't know anything about Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank. If you've ever wondered what Putin has to hold over Trump's head, this would be a likely answer.

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Response to New Deal Democrat (Reply #3)

Thu Nov 28, 2019, 06:08 AM

4. +1 the reasons to lend someone $300M with no collateral

are very limited.

my comment is that the ultimate creditor may not be putin personally or the Russian state, but the Russian mobsters with whom trump is familiar from his money laundering operations.

also, the number of bankruptcies may seem small (1 is too many) but this scam works by piling all of the debt from the organization and personal debt plus anything you can borrow onto one corporation which can then be bankrupt with limited liability to the rest. essentially a "bust out. "

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Response to rampartb (Reply #4)

Thu Nov 28, 2019, 04:18 PM

9. Exactly right

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Response to rampartb (Original post)

Thu Nov 28, 2019, 06:54 AM

5. Makes you wonder what dirt he must have had on the Clintons. n/t

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Response to sipow (Reply #5)

Thu Nov 28, 2019, 07:17 AM

6. lolol yea, right.

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Response to sipow (Reply #5)

Thu Nov 28, 2019, 07:17 AM

7. Yep, their SOP continues............

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Response to sipow (Reply #5)

Thu Nov 28, 2019, 05:56 PM

10. But Hillary

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Response to rampartb (Original post)

Thu Nov 28, 2019, 10:18 AM

8. fauxnews alert

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