White House Press Secretary Sarah H. Sanders pushed back against reports that FBI special counsel Robert Mueller had subpoenaed President Trump’s bank records from Deutsche Bank.

“We confirmed that the news reports [that] the special counsel had subpoenaed financial records related to the president are completely false,” Sanders said during Tuesday’s press briefing.

“No subpoena has been issued or received. We have confirmed this with the bank and other sources. I think this is another example of the media going too far and too fast and we don’t see it going in that direction,” she said.

Deutsche Bank did not immediately comment on the new revelations, but did say the bank “always cooperates with investigating authorities in all countries,” in a statement on Tuesday.

This comes after an ABC fake news report tanked the stock market on Friday by claiming that Trump ordered former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn to speak with the Russian government as a candidate, not as President-Elect.

ABC has since suspended reporter Brian Ross for a month and issued an apology over the fake report, but the damage had been done.

The Dow Jones plunged by nearly 350 points after the fake news report, and The View’s Joy Behar celebrated Trump’s imminent impeachment

with glee.

The mainstream media is accelerating their disinformation campaign in hopes of impeaching Trump, because as leftist Michael Moore points out, Trump is achieving his agenda despite the phony Russian investigation, which is showing signs of unraveling.

Additionally, the Trump administration is considering proposals to create its own private spy network as a way to circumvent the deep state/globalist bureaucracy, reports The Intercept.

For the globalists, the only way to hold on to power in America is if Trump is removed from office.