REPORT: Trump lawyers make announcement on judge’s tax return ruling
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President Trump’s personal attorneys told a federal judge on Friday that they intend to petition the Supreme Court next week to review an appeals court decision that said the Manhattan district attorney can subpoena the president’s tax returns.
Trump’s lawyers and the district attorney’s office said in a joint letter to a federal judge that the decision will be appealed to the high court by Nov. 14.
The article goes on to state the following:
The two sides had announced their agreement to fast track the case to the Supreme Court last month, before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Trump does not have the power to block the subpoena issued to his accountants.
— The Hill (@thehill) November 8, 2019
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