In Cases On Trump Financial Records, Supreme Court Weighs Separation Of Powers

Both cases involve subpoenas for some of Donald Trump's pre-presidential financial records — and the arguments heard Tuesday set the stage for a constitutional battle.

Updated at 2:13 p.m.

The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a pair of cases involving President Trump's financial records, decisions that could have profound consequences not only for the 2020 presidential election but also

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