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US Congress can still seek Trump tax records, court decides

Khaleej Times Thursday, 14 November 2019
Trump's lawyer announced that the president's legal team would appeal the case to the Supreme Court.
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President Donald Trump asked the Supreme Court to shield his tax returns from investigation. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. wants to subpoena eights years of Trump’s tax records. According to Business Insider, Trump’s lawyers say he is protected under “presidential immunity.”...

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