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Adam Schiff said that Mueller's investigation may have been missing in the main area



H Ouse Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff last Sunday asked if special counsel Robert Mueller was adequately investigating President Trump's financial dealings in a German bank, thereby strengthening his case for a new Democratic House led to start its own questions with the finance of the president.

In an interview with NBC's "Meet the Press", the congressman of Democratic California said his concerns came from a New York Times report in April that Trump attempted to take Mueller fired after it has reported that special advice has been subpoenaed to Deutsche Bank. That same report was told by Trump only after Mueller's office said to his counselors and lawyers that the reports were not true.

The president warned that Mueller's investigators were crossing a "red line" if they sought to investigate his personal finances and business dealings. Deutsche Bank issued Trump loans in the 1

990s after U.S. lenders joins against it following a frivolous bank.

"If special advice is not subpoenaed to Deutsche Bank, he can not make many money laundering investigations," Schiff says. "So what concerns me, that the red line was implemented, either by the deputy general attorney [Rod Rosenstein] or by the other party in the Department of Justice, but it leaves the country exposed."

Schiff Last week the House Marketing Committee, now with his helm, was subject to a comprehensive review of Trump and Russia's financial transactions.

This investigation included a look at the financial relationship with Trump at Deutsche Bank, which received an "inquiry" from the House Intelligence Committee and the Public Service Services Committee, headed by Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif.

Schiff's talk of investigations demanded a sharp temptation from Trump, who last week called him a "political hack" conspiring with "presidential harassment."

Schiff protects Trump's financial intelligence committee review. "In terms of the president's business, we are not interested in our committee if he is a tax impostor or not worth what he says," Schiff says. "What we are interested in, does the president have business dealings in Russia as it compromises the United States?"

He also said the committee had no choice but to conduct another parallel investigation at Mueller's rather than waiting for special advisory offices to finish its work.

"If we had waited to do any of our work investigations for Mueller's investigation, we were waiting for a year and a half," Schiff said. "And we have a separate and independent and important responsibility, and that is to tell the country what happened."


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