On Tuesday, the Supreme Court temporarily suspended a House panel’s access to former President Trump’s financial records ahead of their expected release.
Moves in Response to President Trump’s Urgent Request submitted on monday, was ordered by Chief Justice John Roberts, who handles emergencies in the District of Columbia. Roberts said he wanted a response by November 10th.
Latest Developments Come After Lower Courts paved the way The House Ways and Means Committee to obtain Trump and his business records from the Treasury Department as part of a lengthy legal battle.
During Trump’s presidency, the agency resisted the commission’s demands, but later agreed to comply after the Biden administration took office.
Federal law requires tax returns to be generally confidential, unless an exception applies. One exception includes a written request by the House Ways and Means Committee. The issue in Trump’s case largely hinges on whether the exception is constitutional.
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