Banking institutions execute political persecution in a ‘corporate shunning’ of former-President Trump. In what can only be seen as private sector political persecution, a Florida bank has become the latest financial institution to dissolve its relationship with former-President Donald Trump over incendiary narratives floated by his detractors. Bank United, a Florida-based bank, announced it had closed down the former-President’s account, cutting ties with him. Mr. Trump stated he had two money-market accounts with Bank United with the accounts holding somewhere between $5.1 million and $25.2 million in worth.
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