Supreme Court Rules On Trump’s Financial Records

The Supreme Court issued opinions on two cases related to President Trump’s financial records.

Justices blocked House Democrats from accessing Trump’s records, but ruled that the President is not immune from a subpoena from a New York prosecutor.

Both cases were sent back to lower courts for further review, all but ensuring that Trump’s financial documents, which he has long sought to shield from public view, will not be handed over before the November election.

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Following the Supreme Court’s decisions on his financial records, including one that said that the President is not immune to a New York prosecutor’s subpoena, Trump said the court gave him a “delayed ruling” that they “never would have given” to another president.

The President also tweeted that the Supreme Court’s decision to send the case back to lower courts for further review was “not fair to this Presidency or Administration!”

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