Following a morning trial in which Trump tried to withhold the summons of the Congress from his firm of auditors, the Department of Justice told another federal judge that Congressional Democrats were to interrupt their persecution of his records.
Reason they called: The president is too busy to deal with it.
This new attempt to stop Democrats from collecting Trump's business information is taking place in a growing battle between Congress and Trump for financial documentation.
Early Tuesday, Trump's Private Law The team was in court, ordering a judge to kill a summons for Trump's accounting records. He claimed that Congress should not be able to investigate the same issues as prosecution in the President's investigation. The judge, however, urged whether the courts could limit the Congress's request for information. The House Democrats have sent separate summonses to two banks that have worked with Trump and his companies and the IRS for his tax returns.