Trump lawyers ask court to stop House subpoena for tax records

After the high court’s ruling, House Oversight Committee Chairwoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-N.Y.)issued a lengthy memo expanding on Congress’s justification for the subpoena and why lawmakers believe that it satisfies the Supreme Court’s new standard.

House lawyers described Trump’s finances as complex and opaque, and said in court filings that the president’s “unwillingness to disclose important financial information voluntarily” has “exposed vulnerabilities in current law intended to protect against Presidential conflicts of interest.”

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