There’s been reports that Mueller has issued a subpoena to Deutsche Bank for Trump’s records:
NPR – Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly subpoenaed Trump family financial records from the German financial giant Deutsche Bank, a move that could signal a major new direction for his inquiry.
Deutsche Bank has so far not accommodated or discussed American requests for information about the Trumps’ accounts. The German business newspaper Handelsblatt, which first reported the subpoena, quoted a spokesman saying that the bank cooperates with official investigators but would not discuss individual cases.
If Mueller’s team is expanding its inquiry into the Trump family’s banking and financial arrangements, that could put it onto a collision course with the president.
But Fox News is reporting via John Roberts that Trump’s attorney Jay Sekulow has confirmed that there is no such subpoena that has been issued by the Special Counsel:
— John Roberts (@johnrobertsFox) December 5, 2017
So there you have it.