Trump taxes

The order marks a deathblow to the former president's efforts to shield his financial records from an ongoing criminal investigation.
A separate subpoena brought by House Democrats was sent back to lower courts — likely buying the president enough time to ensure Americans don't have access to his tax records until after the election this November.
Trump's attorneys will make their final appeal to the Supreme Court next.
Despite some confusion on this point from the White House, Marrero also clarified that the president is not, in fact, a king.
Passed by a 39-21 margin, the bill concerns the president's state tax documents, which would have much of the same information as his long-sought federal filing.
De Blasio and his wife Chirlane McCray declared a combined income of $220,651 last year.
The bill would require executives with vendors who have city concession contracts that don't provide revenue to the city to make their tax returns public or lose the contacts.
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