The court ruled that the president cannot conceal his finances from the American people. It’s another blow to his shaky re-election bid
Donald Trump’s future may rest with the nation’s voters and a New York grand jury, although not necessarily in that order. On Thursday, the US supreme court upheld a subpoena issued by Manhattan’s district attorney, Cyrus Vance, which demands eight years of Trump’s tax returns. Once again, Trump’s secrets are no longer his own.
Even the tech baron Peter Thiel likens Trump's re-election effort to a marooned boat skippered by a hapless crew
An attorney in New York, Lloyd Green was opposition research counsel to George HW Bush’s 1988 campaign and served in the Department of Justice from 1990 to 1992
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