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By Associated Press
The federal judge suggests he is skeptical of President Donald's news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings.
Judge Amit Mehta spent on an hour and a half a week ago on Trump's effort to keep financial records from Congress. The Lawsuit Before Mehta Comes To The Amid A Widespread Effort By The White House t
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The House of Democrats have said they are baptized in the city and others are in the office.
Trump, his business and family filed a lawsuit in New York against blockbusters of the House Financial Services and Intelligence.
While Trump jump-started those court fights,
Democrats also have a subpoenas for six years of
Trump's tax documents and given Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig
a subpoena issued to Mazars USA, an accountant for the president and Trump Organization. Trump's lawyers argued the subpoena “The Truth of the Harassing Trump and the Freedom of the Trump
Mehta, who was nominated by the hearing that Congress has wide latitude to investigate. He told Trump Lawyer William Consovoy that there is not a case since 1
Douglas Letter, an attorney for the House, told the judge that "Trump has no chance of success here." And he got Trump has taken the position that is "just getting in the way."
Mehta did suggest to Letter effort to get into Trump's private affairs. And they asked Letter whether there are any limits to what Congress can obtain. Letter acknowledged that there are some outer limits.
The judge seemed to be looking to resolve the case quickly, though he did not want to drag this thing
“We're not going to drag this out, ”they said at one point.
Consovoy, Trump's lawyer, said the end of the hearing