Supreme Court: No immunity for Trump, tells Dems no


Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. wants access to President Trump’s tax returns, and the Supreme Court said he is going to get them. 

The Supreme Court settled Trump v. Vance (7-2) July 9, saying that no president has ultimate immunity, citing the Supremacy Clause and Article II. Additionally, the court said that the public has the right to evidence. Among the majority were both of Trump’s nominated Supreme Court Justices. 

With the court deciding that President Trump cannot keep his financial records out of the hands of the New York District Attorney’s office, Trump could be indicted before the November election. Since 2019, Vance has been investigating hush-money payments between Trump and two women. 

“This is a tremendous victory for our nation’s system of justice and its founding principle that no one — not even a president — is above the law,” said Vance in a statement

But the court also ruled in Trump v. Mazars that House Democrats and the public are barred from seeing the financial documents anytime soon. House Democrats are investigating Russian collusion in the Trump Organization and deciding whether or not the foreign national has been influencing American politics.