Trump’s Organization Did Business With Iranian Bank Later Linked to Terrorism

Mon Oct 3, 2016 AT 11:13 AM EDT

Donald Trump’s real estate organization inherited Bank Melli, one of Iran’s largest state-controlled banks, as a tenant when he purchased the General Motors Building on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, according to public records reviewed and reported by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and the Center for Public Integrity. U.S. authorities allege that the bank had been used between 2002 and 2006 to funnel money to a unit of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard that has sponsored terrorist attacks — a period that overlapped with the time the bank rented office space from Trump.

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