What a dumb person Letitia James is. She really is one of the dumbest and most hateful individuals you’d ever meet.
Letitia James should be disbarred, censored and removed from office. New York should be ashamed.
AG James promised she would get Trump. She obviously didn’t care if he committed no crimes. She just wants to get him.
It’s also clear that she isn’t smart enough to even put together the BS case against President Trump and she’s too hateful to stop others from using her position to get Trump. She couldn’t conjure this up (it smells like corrupt former DOJ attorney Andrew Weissmann) but she will be the face of dumb corruption when it is all over.
Trending Politics reports on yesterday’s hearing when the bankers came in and told the corrupt New York court that they are professionals who had put together many successful deals like the one President Trump is being targeted for. They are not victims. They are professionals. The bank made money. They didn’t lose a cent and that is how good deals work.
A Deutsche Bank executive may have just wrecked New York Attorney General Letitia James’ lawsuit against former President Donald Trump.
James’ lawsuit has turned on framing the German bank lender as Trump’s ‘victim’ in an alleged scheme to inflate his assets in order to get better terms from banks and insurers.
It turns out that she has a problem with her alleged ‘victim.’ The bank seems to have approved of Trump’s asset valuation.
David Williams, who worked directly on at least one of Trump’s loans over several decades, testified on Tuesday in Manhattan that it’s “atypical, but not entirely unusual” for a bank to internally slash a client’s stated asset values by 50% and still approve a loan, as they did with Trump, according to Bloomberg…
The testimony destroys AG James’ assumption that Trump misled the German bank.
“As part of our due diligence, we subject a client’s asset value to adjustments,” said Williams.
“It’s part of our underwriting process we apply it to every client regardless of what’s reported.”
“Is a difference of opinion in asset values between the client and the bank a disqualifying factor to extend credit?” Trump attorney Jesus Suarez asked Williams.
“No,” he replied.
“It’s just a difference of opinion,” Williams continued.
“I think we expect clients to provide information to be accurate.”