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The Daily BeastJul 10, 2020
Trump Aides Not Sweating His Supreme Court Taxes Rebuke
Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyMoments after the Supreme Court resoundingly rejected President Donald Trump's claims to total immunity from prosecution on Thursday, the president did what he usually does: He began venting his rage on Twitter.

Behind the scenes, however, members of his team were far more serene. 

"It's not something we are worrying about," an adviser to Trump's re-election campaign bluntly told The Daily Beast. 

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The Daily BeastJul 10, 2020
The Supreme Court Just Set a Time Bomb to Explode Under President Biden
Spencer Platt/GettyIn delaying any public release of Donald Trump's financial records on Thursday, the Supreme Court also handed itself a major victory. The loser could be our democratic system of government. 

The court's majority in Trump v. Mazars granted the judiciary broad new leeway to decide whether congressional subpoenas against the president will be enforced. The court's majority found that rigorous judicial oversight is required to ensure that Congress does not harass or overburden presidents with politically motivated demands for information.

The result may be a time bomb set to go off under a President Biden, as a judiciary packed with Trump appointees now has broad new discretion to involve itself in fights between future presidents and Congress, potentially undermining effective congressional oversight of the executive branch.

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New York Times PoliticsJul 09, 2020
Trump on Releasing His Tax Returns: From ‘Absolutely' to ‘Political Prosecution'
The Supreme Court's decision adds another twist in a yearslong debate over whether the president should release his tax returns.

Supreme Court may have set back Congress' effort to get Trump's tax returns (Politico)
The long political fight over Trump's tax returns is likely to be over. Trump may have won. (Washington Post Politics)

Yahoo PoliticsJul 09, 2020
SCOTUS rulings on Trump taxes and financial records: Explained
The Supreme Court on Thursday issued rulings in two cases involving President Trump's finances, upholding a Manhattan district attorney's demand for his tax returns but keeping a hold on financial records that Congress has been seeking for more than a year.

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