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We all deserve to be able to earn a living, and it is pretty darned sad the way that liberals and the Deep State are going out of their way to make it so that the Trump family is going to have a harder time doing that.

There are a lot of members of the family that have had nothing to do with politics, one of them is still in high school as a matter of fact, and I cannot imagine the problems that poor kid is going to have to deal with over the next couple of years as he becomes an adult.

He is going to enter a world where people are going to go out of their way to try to make things difficult for him because people didn’t agree with his dad.

Deutsche Bank and Signature Bank will cut ties with President Donald Trump in the wake of his supporters storming the Capitol. The banks are among a number of companies — including Marriott, Blue Cross, and Shopify — that are cutting ties to the president in the wake of the Capitol riot.

Two Trump-favored banks are severing ties with the president after his supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6, Bloomberg reported Monday.

Deutsche Bank will no longer do business with Trump and his company, a person familiar with the matter told Bloomberg. Signature Bank also ceased doing business with Trump and called for his resignation, according to a statement to Bloomberg.

“We believe the appropriate action would be the resignation of the president of the United States, which is in the best interests of our nation and the American people,” the bank said in the statement, citing the Bloomberg report.

“We have never before commented on any political matter and hope to never do so again,” Signature continued.

“Over the years the bank has become the biggest lender to the Trump Organization, the umbrella company for Trump’s hotels, golf resorts, and other businesses,” Business Insider’s Tom Porter reported.

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Trump owes Deutsche Bank more than $300 million, and Signature Bank is closing two personal accounts holding about $5.3 million, according to the Bloomberg report.

The New York-based lender has also done business with others tied to Trump, including daughter Ivanka Trump, son-in-law Jared Kushner, and former Trump lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen.

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