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Democrats Urge US Supreme Court To Allow Trump's Financial Records To Be Released

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Democrats Urge US Supreme Court To Allow Trump's Financial Records To Be Released

Democrats Urge US Supreme Court To Allow Trump's Financial Records To Be Released

A Democratic-led U.S. congressional committee is working on getting President Donald Trump’s financial records.

The committee urged the U.S. Supreme Court to not prevent Trump’s accounting firm from handing over the records.

The House of Representatives Oversight Committee’s filing followed Trump's request.

According to Reuters, Trump asked that the justices put on hold a ruling to hand over financial documents.

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