The D.C. Circuit upheld the House Oversight Committee’s authority to subpoena President Trump’s financial records but narrowed the time period and types of documents that Congress sought.
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The opinions reveal a Supreme Court grappling with the implications of the inseparable duality of the individual president and the institutional presidency.
The 7-2 majority held that courts must take into account separation of powers concerns in resolving disputes over congressional subpoenas seeking personal information of the president.