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Trump urges appeals court to block subpoena for his accounting records

Reuters India Monday, 10 June 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump asked an appeals court on Monday to overturn a ruling that his accounting firm must turn over his financial records from before he was president to the Democratic-controlled House Oversight Committee.
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On Monday President Donald Trump asked an appeals court to overturn a ruling that his accounting firm must turn over his financial records from before he was president to the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives Oversight Committee. Reuters reports that lawyers for Trump said in a court...

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