Liberal and conservative voices in Washington and elsewhere have widely condemned Trump for inflaming his supporters for months with false claims that widespread voter fraud got Joe Biden elected and cheated him out of a second term.
As a result, rioters violently stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 to overthrow a joint session of Congress voting to confirm Biden’s Electoral College victory. The ballots reportedly had to be rushed out of Senate chambers to be saved from the angry mob.
Five people died during the insurrection, and dozens of arrests are underway nationwide for those who participated in the attack.
After the Capitol uprising, Signature Bank — where Trump holds checking and money market accounts — called for the president to resign before his term ends Jan. 20.
“The resignation of the president ... is in the best interests of our nation and the American people,” Signature Bank said on its website.
Deutsche holds the loans for a Trump golf course in Miami and hotels in Washington and Chicago, according to CNBC.
Among other rebukes since the riots, most social media companies including Facebook and Twitter have banned the president from their platforms — which had been Trump’s preferred way of communicating with his supporters. The PGA has also canceled plans to hold a major golf tournament next year at Trump’s golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey.