House Democrats have had a hard time attempting to obtain President Donald Trump’s financial records. The White House has continuously declined to comply with Congressional subpoenas, but legislators have finally found a way around this.

In the last week, banks have been giving information regarding Trump’s dealings with Russia to House committees and New York State investigators.

New York’s Attorney General Letitia James has received information about money given to the Trump organization by Russian-connected entities. 

Earlier this year, members of a joint investigation between the House Financial Services and Intelligence committees hit a wall when the White House failed to observe subpoenas issued by investigators to two of Trump’s favorite banks — Deutsche Bank and Capital One.

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The records that these banks and others are providing offer investigators a look into the dealings the president and his company. 

James’s offices has reportalty been given emails about loans and transactions. James’s team is conducting a civil probe on Trump that could lead to charges if evidence of wrongdoing is found, Her team has also obtained similar information from a bank in New Jersey regarding a mortgage given to Trump in 2010.