Deutsche Bank and Signature Bank have joined the fun.
The Frankfurt-based bank has reportedly cut ties with President Donald Trump and will not do any business with him in the future. Deutsche Bank has financed more the $340 million in loans for the Trump Organization according to reports.
Signature Bank has also closed out two of Trump’s personal accounts which held about $5.3 million.
These moves come after the the Capitol riots on Jan. 6. Deutsche and Signature Banks each join Twitter, Facebook, Comcast, and a slew of other companies who have either banned the president from their platforms or publicly stated they will not do business with him in the future.
Signature Bank went so far to call for Trump’s resignation in a statement.
“We believe the appropriate action would be the resignation of the President of the United States, which is in the best interest of our nation and the American people,” the statement read.
House Democrats introduced an article of impeachment on Monday, charging Trump with “high crimes and misdemeanors.”