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Not a lawyer but notice a lack of interest in Clinton and Biden grifting while in office and intense interest in Trump's financial records as a private citizen.

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Once they get Trumps financial records, they can comb through them to start systematically harassing everyone and every entity that has or had business dealings with him.

Even if they find nothing, the process will be sufficient punishment for having a business relationship with Trump.

Also, wonderful opportunity to generate process crimes.


Where in the constitution or statute, does a prosecutor or House committee get to subpoena tax records of someone just because they don't like that person?


The president is not well served by those around him. Both of Trump's court picks voted in favor with the libs to throw the president under the bus. Kavanaugh and Gorsuch are gutless and only care about self-preservation. Bush pick Roberts is in bed with the left. So much for the conservative court.

I read Thomas is considering retirement. I don't blame him.


SDNY's subpoena for Trump's tax records may go forward. Ruling was 7 to 2: "We reaffirm that principle today and hold that the President is neither absolutely immune from state criminal subpoenas seeking his private papers nor entitled to a heightened standard of need". So SDNY will get access to eight years of tax records and DeutschBank dealings.

Lots of confusion on the Trump vs Mazars case. "Vacated and Remanded", what does that mean? Some legal eagles are saying Congress may get the info they want eventually, but not now.


Oops, NY state gets Trump's tax records, NOT SDNY. My bad!


British court identifies at least five inaccurate or unproven allegations in just one of the many memos that made up Christopher Steele’s anti-Trump dossier


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