Two rulings clear the way for prosecutors in New York to seek President Trump’s financial records, but the justices stopped Congress for now.
Trump is having a live meltdown on Twitter after the Supreme Court ruled that he must turn over his tax returns to the Manhattan DA.
The Court holds that there are special rules for the president.
Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett argued on "Special Report" Thursday that the 2020 election will be decided by "things we already know about" rather than President Trump's tax returns.
In 7-to-2 rulings in both cases, the justices rejected the president’s assertion that he enjoys absolute immunity while in office. Trump nominees Neil M. Gorsuch and Brett M. Kavanaugh joined the majorities.
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