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Supreme Court Orders New Briefs in Trump Financial Record Case

  • Order suggests questions about Trump bid to block subpoenas
  • High court set to hear case May 12 among first phone arguments
The U.S. Supreme Court building stands in Washington, D.C.
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The U.S. Supreme Court asked for additional briefs in an upcoming clash over President Donald Trump’s financial records, telling the lawyers to address whether courts have power to consider the lawsuits he filed to challenge House subpoenas.

The justices are set to hear arguments by phone May 12 on subpoenas issued by three House committees to Trump’s banks and accountants, along with a separate case over a New York grand jury subpoena for the records.