In decisions in two cases, the Court gave the Manhattan District Attorney’s office access to Trump’s tax and financial records but kicked the case giving access to Congress back to lower courts.
For the second time this week, the top court ruled against Trump, who fired back with re-election propaganda.
The vote was 6-3 with conservative justice Neil Gorsuch joining with his liberal colleagues. He also wrote the majority opinion of the ruling which said the law overrules bias.
For many, this case rests on Trump’s belief that he is above the laws he swore in an oath to uphold.
The judge had angry words for Stone and prosecutors before he pronounced sentence. Will Trump pardon him?
Abortion rights as well as protections for young immigrants and LGBT people top an election-year agenda for the Supreme Court. Its conservative majority will have