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Supreme Court Will Hear Trump's Tax Returns Cases

Newsy Saturday, 14 December 2019
Supreme Court Will Hear Trump's Tax Returns CasesWatch VideoThe Supreme Court will weigh in on whether President Donald Trump can block the release of his tax records.

On Friday, the high court said it will decide whether the president can keep his tax, bank and financial records private.

The court said it will look at three cases involving the president's...
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The high court will weigh in on whether President Trump can keep his tax returns and other financial information private despite multiple subpoenas.

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