Quinta Jurecic

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Quinta Jurecic is the Managing Editor of Lawfare. She previously served as an editorial writer for the Washington Post and as Lawfare's associate editor.

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Congress

The Supreme Court Rules in the Trump Subpoena Cases

In the end, President Trump has probably succeeded in his effort to keep his financial records from Congress through the November election. But if his goal was to prevent the judiciary from enforcing congressional subpoenas affecting him, he has likely failed.

Events

Livestream: Panel Discussion of Trump Financial Documents Cases on 'In Lieu of Fun'

At 5pm Eastern time, Lawfare readers can tune in to a discussion of the Supreme Court's decisions today in Trump v. Mazars and Trump v. Vance, with Marty Lederman, Dahlia Lithwick, Leah Litman and Margaret Taylor. Lawfare Editor in Chief Benjamin Wittes and Kate Klonick will host the discussion on their show, "In Lieu of Fun." Usually Lawfare doesn't cross-publish the show, but we wanted to flag today's broadcast for everyone who has been following Mazars and Vance.

Federal Law Enforcement

Statement of Former Deputy Attorney General Donald Ayer on Justice Department Politicization

Former Deputy Attorney General Donald Ayer will testify on June 24 alongside Justice Department attorneys Aaron Zelinsky and John Elias, as well as former Attorney General Michael Mukasey, in a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Justice Department politicization. In his prepared statement, available here and below, Ayer argues that Attorney General William Barr "has ...

First Amendment

Court Declines to Block Release of Bolton's Book

Judge Royce Lamberth of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia denied the government's motion for a temporary restraining order to block distribution of the new memoir by former national security advisor John Bolton. Though Judge Lamberth ruled that "Bolton’s unilateral conduct raises grave national security concerns," he found that "the horse is out of the barn" regarding Bolton's memoir—which will be published on June 23—and wrote that, "For reasons that hardly need to be stated, the Court will not order a nationwide seizure and destruction of a political memoir."