Former President Trump's last-gasp effort to hide his tax returns ended on Tuesday after the Supreme Court rejected his appeal.
In another legal setback for Trump, the Supreme Court on Tuesday cleared the way for a congressional committee to get his tax returns after a three-year fight.
Donald Trump hoped the Supreme Court would help him keep his tax returns hidden from congressional Democrats. That’s not what happened.
The former president is getting squeezed badly right now. But he’s been here before.
Ending a long legal fight, the Supreme Court rejected the former president’s request that it block the I.R.S. from turning over the files.
The Supreme Court cleared the way for a House committee to obtain several years of Donald Trump’s tax returns from the IRS, a significant win for lawmakers that brought to an end a three-year court battle.
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