Deutsche Bank is providing Congress with records about its prior dealings with President Trump, a powerful Democratic lawmaker said on Tuesday.

House Rep. Maxine Waters, the Democrat from California, said that the Frankfurt-based bank is cooperating with the House Financial Services Committee, which she chairs.

Waters is seeking documents from Deutsche Bank related to the millions of dollars in loans that it has extended to Trump and his businesses over the course of several decades, The Hill is reporting.

The congresswoman answered ‘Yes’ when asked on Tuesday if Deutsche Bank started to turn over documents linked to Trump.

Waters said she was satisfied with the German bank’s cooperation thus far into all of its Trump-related affairs.

She said her committee would look into ‘everything’ as it relates to Trump’s dealings with the bank.

Deutsche Bank has drawn scrutiny because it was one of the few lenders willing to do business with Trump when others refused to do so.

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