Thu Jul 9, 2020 AT 5:42 PM EDT
The Supreme Court in a split decision on Thursday sided with New York state prosecutors seeking President Donald Trump’s tax returns, even as it shielded a trove of his financial records from Congress.
The justices upheld a Manhattan district attorney subpoena for eight years of Trump’s financial documents, including his personal and corporate tax returns. But they declined to grant Congress access to records subpoenaed by a trio of Democratic-led House committees.
Both cases were decided by a 7-2 vote. Read Full Story