Bloomberg News has been forced to admits bombshell report claiming Robert Mueller was going through Donald Trump's bank records was wrong.
Bloomberg had reported that Mueller had demanded a Deutsche Bank hand over details of its lending to Trump and his family, adding that he'd 'zeroed in' on the president.
The report has since been changed to say the bank records 'pertain to people affiliated' with Trump.
The Wall Street Journal also issued a correction which read: 'An earlier subheadline said a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller's office requested data and documents about President Trump's accounts. The subpoena concerns people or entities close to Mr. Trump.'
It's the second high profile blunder in the press in a week after ABC News broke into its regular programming on Friday with a special report saying Trump had directed Gen. Mike Flynn to make contact with the Russians in 2016.
Unfortunately, that report was incorrect and the network had to suspend the reporter Brian Ross, for four weeks without pay.
President Donald Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow had denied that the First Family's banking records had been subpoenaed, after Reuters reported thatGermany's largest bank received a subpoena from Mueller several weeks ago to provide information on certain money and credit transactions.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders used his form of words to echo the denial.