Supreme Court Rules 7-2 New York Prosecutor Can Access Trump Tax Records, May Not Be Handed Over Before Election

On Thursday morning, the U.S. Supreme ruled against President Donald Trump in two cases, permitting New York investigators to see Trump’s taxes and financial documents, meaning Trump’s defeat in preventing his finances from being investigated.In the first case, In Trump v. Vance, the court ruled 7-2 in favor of the Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, which subpoenaed Trumps’s tax returns as it investigates if Trump businesses violated state laws. In the second case, the court also ruled 7-2 in Trump v. Mazars USA, giving Congress the power to subpoena the president’s financial records, bu…

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