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Like many of us, the Supreme Court is now working remotely. On their docket this month is a closely watched case about whether Congress can force Deutsche Bank to turn over President Trump’s financial information.
David Enrich is a financial editor at the New York Times. He’s spent the last two years investigating the German financial giant. And in a new book he tells the story of how Deutsche Bank became an example of international greed and recklessness — and the go-to financial institution for the man who would become our president.
In February, before coronavirus upended our lives, David Enrich joined Diane to discuss his book, “Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump and An Epic Trail of Destruction.”
- David Enrich Business editor, New York Times; author of "Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction"
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