US court rules Deutsche Bank hand over Trump records Dec 04, 2019 0 1000 12345 DPAWashingtonA US court ruled on Tuesday that Deutsche Bank must hand over financial documents pertaining to President Donald Trump to Congressional committees, though the decision will likely be appealed to the Supreme Court.Trump’s legal team has already appealed two similar cases to the country’s top court after suffering setbacks at lower levels of the judiciary, as the president continues to refuse to release documents to Congress and a Manhattan prosecutor.While it can still be overturned, the latest legal decision by a federal appeals court on the Deutsche Bank case is a win for Democrats in the House of Representatives who are investigating Trump.The court said there was a “significant public interest” in allowing Congress to subpoena such documents from Deutsche Bank and Capital One, a bank.In September, Democrats in the House launched an impeachment inquiry against Trump over his dealings with Ukraine, alleging he pressured a foreign country to dig up dirt on his domestic political rival.Deutsche Bank was one of Trump’s most important lenders for his real estate business, and Congress has subpoenaed the financial firm for records on the president to determine if any of his private sector dealings were possibly illegal and involving foreign governments.The Supreme Court has issued a stay in favour of Trump, meaning the documents remain outside the hands of investigators, though it has not ruled in his favour. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Hindus begin mass animal sacrifice in Nepal despite protest Dec 04, 2019 0 117 Trump pledges to ‘stay out’ of Britain’s election campaign Dec 04, 2019 0 574 Trump, Macron and Erdogan clash outshines NATO summit Dec 04, 2019 0 338 Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa suspends parliament for a month ahead of snap polls AFP Colombo Sri Lanka’s new president suspended parliament for a month from Tuesday ahead of snap elections he wants to call in March to consolidate his sweeping victory. Gotabaya Rajapaksa, elected president last .. German defence minister says include Afghans in peace talks Kabul: During her visit to Afghanistan, Germany’s Defence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer called for the inclusion of Afghan politicians in peace talks with the militant Islamist Taliban, at a press conference .. Japan’s Abe offers to meet S Korea’s Moon after months of tension Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Tuesday he would be willing to meet face-to-face with South Korean President Moon Jae-in during his visit to China for a trilateral summit in late December. The two .. Spain’s lawmakers sworn in with far-right Vox as third-largest party AFP Madrid Spain’s new parliament met for its opening session on Tuesday, with the far-right Vox as the third-largest party following a divisive election that failed to resolve years of political deadlock. Just over .. NASA finds Indian Moon lander with help of amateur space enthusiast Washington: India’s Vikram lunar lander, which crashed on its final approach to the Moon’s surface in September, has been found thanks in part to the sleuthing efforts of an amateur space enthusiast. NASA made the .. Pakistan ex-president Zardari files bail plea on medical grounds ISLAMABAD: Former president Asif Ali Zardari – who is currently under treatment at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) hospital in Islamabad – on Tuesday filed a bail petition on medical grounds. The .. NATO recognises China ‘challenges’ for first time London: NATO is to formally recognise the “challenges” posed by China for the first time, but the alliance chief insisted on Tuesday he did not want to make an adversary of Beijing. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said ..