How Moby Played a Role in Congress' Investigation of Donald Trump & Deutsche Bank

Melissa Danis

Donald Trump's complicated Congressional investigation lately was helped the tiniest bit by none other than Moby.  

The House began a former inquiry into whether the president should be impeached, plus several investigations into suspicious activity involving Trump’s bank accounts and he president’s relationship with the controversial Deutsche Bank. Reports noted that the bank ignored notions from the employees that Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner's businesses may have laundered money for Russians.

In a new report by The New York Times, the story is revealed about how Moby is a friend of Rep. Adam Schiff, and introduced him to Val Broeksmit, the adopted son of late Deutsche Bank executive William Broeksmit after being "impressed by Mr. Broeksmit’s exploits and existential sadness." Val had obtained bank documents from his parents’ computers after his father's 2014 death. Flash forward, and Val is acting as an FBI witness, and Schiff subpoenaed his documents for Congress.

Read the full report here.


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