A Judge Upheld a House Subpoena to Obtain Trump’s Financial Records. Now What?
The House Oversight and Reform Committee is one step closer to obtaining President Donald Trump's financial records--but the end might still be just out of sight.
U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta upheld the Committee's subpoena on Monday, arguing that it has the authority to examine Trump's records.
But what happens next?
Both sides have agreed to a waiting period for the next seven days. In that period, Mazars, Trump's accounting firm, cannot release any documents.