Supreme Court temporarily protects Trump’s financial records
It’s not every day that Ruth Bader Ginsburg does something that President Trump agrees with — but that’s exactly what just happened.
In an order signed by Justice Ginsburg, the Supreme Court of the United States issued an order shielding the financial records of Trump and his kids, at least for now.
The order gives until at least December 13 before Democrats can possibly get their hands on Trump’s bank records. They wanted them before then.
This ruling is important because it gives Trump time to appeal lower court rulings that did not go his way.
This does not mean that he will win permanently. He still must prevail at some point — and the case is likely to make it all the way to the Supreme Court, given the stakes.
Democrats’ attempts to get Trump’s financial records are an obvious smear job. He’s been audited multiple times — if there was anything there, he would have been indicted by a federal bureaucracy that hates him with a passion.
Time will tell what happens with this lawsuit. But we know that Democrats will continue using their investigative powers to harass Trump and thwart his ability to implement his agenda ahead of the 2020 election.
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