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SCOTUS hands NYC a win, DA can access Trump ‘s tax records in major blow to ex-President

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In a new blow to private citizen Donald Trump, his actions and potential criminal prosecutions aren’t over yet. On Monday, the SCOTUS ruled that New York City prosecutors can access Trump ‘s tax returns by way of Mazars USA. The ruling means that Trump must now comply with a previous lower court ruling and hand over at least 8 years of said returns.

The prosecutions are coming from the efforts by Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance to determine whether or not Trump has committed crimes on a state level. Of course in typical Trump fashion, the investigation’s continuation even after he left office has been called a witch hunt.

The investigation into Trump ‘s taxes; business formations, and whether or not he inflated his value to get loans remains a focal point of interest for New York City. As his former home, New York City is largely considered to be the once home base of Trump ‘s once lauded operations however now mostly disgraced.

Trump did however get at least some good news. In the same ruling, it was determined that Stormy Daniels cannot sue Trump for calling her a con job on Twitter.


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