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US Judge Denies Trump's Request to Block Tax Records Subpoena

Newsy Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Watch VideoA federal judge in Washington decided against blocking House subpoenas to Mazars USA, the accounting firm in possession of years of President Donald Trump’s tax returns.

In his opinion, Judge Amit Mehta said Congress has the right to request the tax records so long as it maintains doing so serves as legislative...
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The judge says as long as the request serves a legislative purpose, it's "facially valid."

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