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Special counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly asked Deutsche Bank to share data on the US president's business dealings. Trump's lawyer has denied that the bank's financial records were subpoenaed.
John Dowd, who called for an end to the probe, has stepped down from the US president's legal team. He was reportedly frustrated with Trump for not heeding his advice when it came to the growing investigation.
Germany's Deutsche Bank may have to provide information to the special counsel in the FBI's Russia inquiry, Robert Mueller. Donald Trump said Mueller would cross a line if he expanded the probe to his business ties.
The US president has said he has the authority to pardon people in his administration, possibly including himself, but legal experts beg to differ. Meanwhile, Russian-meddling probes are closing in on Trump's finances.
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