Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2021-02-22 09:41:11 –
According to the Associated Press, the Supreme Court has rejected a request from former President Donald Trump to suspend the acquisition of tax returns by New York state prosecutors.
This decision concludes Trump’s long-standing effort to keep tax returns private. economist The decision on Monday reports that the New York District Attorney, CyVance, will file an eight-year tax return.
The Supreme Court did not object or provide an explanation as to why Trump refused to stay in Trump’s request to keep it out of the hands of Vence.
The Associated Press reports that Trump’s tax records are not expected to be released through the investigation. However, the potential prosecution and investigation that results from the prosecutor’s possession of his return can plague Trump in the years following his inauguration.
In a statement issued shortly after the Supreme Court ruled, Vance simply said “work is continuing.”