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Stephen Calk, the one-time CEO of the Federal Savings Bank of Chicago, has been charged by the Justice Department of approving risky loans in exchange for a position in the Trump administration.
“It’s a road to the administration. At the very least they’re going to have an inside track.” In theory, both Kushner and Trump have dealt with the risk. approved as chairman, however, the U.S.
For one home, loans of $6.6 million exceeded the value of that home; the loans are from the Federal Savings Bank of Chicago, Illinois, whose CEO, Stephen Calk, was a campaign supporter of Donald Trump and was a member of Trump’s economic advisory council during the campaign.
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A former bank CEO is accused of bribing Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort with $16 million in loans in exchange for a top white house position he never received