In other news, Deutsche Bank has reportedly begun the process of handing over the Trump family's financial records to the New York state attorney general's office. The AG's office launch an investigation after Michael Cohen testified that Trump lied about his assets to obtain loans.
Meanwhile, Bloomberg reports that federal agencies are preparing to relax the Volcker Rule that prohibits banks from betting on the market with their own assets. What could go wrong?
Finally, Trump is returning to Britain this summer and so is the baby blimp.
Ahead of President Trump’s controversial state visit to Britain, protesters have vowed to make their feelings known once again by launching the inflatable. For thousands, the balloon is so much more than a comedy stunt — it carries a clear message that the president of the United States is not welcome here.
“The Trump baby will definitely fly again,” organizer Leo Murray told the Guardian.
“We have been toying with the idea of a Trump baby hot air balloon, which would be about five times the size. But would cost a huge amount of money — upwards of £70,000,” or about $91,000.
Bring on the Trump baby hot air balloon!
Have a great weekend and happy White Walker apocalypse. Do yourself a favor and go see Avengers: Endgame