Democrats set Monday deadline for move to subpoena Trump's tax returns: report
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On Friday, House Oversight Committee Chair Elijah Cummings (D-MD) said he has plans subpoena the Mazars USA accounting firm for President Donald Trump's financial information.

Cummings told the members of his committee that they have until Monday to express their views on the move before he issues the subpoena.

"The committee’s investigation focuses on allegations made by former Trump attorney Michael Cohen that Trump altered the value of his assets for different purposes, ranging from purported attempts to lessen his tax liability to a quixotic venture at buying the Buffalo Bills," according to TPM.

Read the memo here.