Appeals Court further delays Manhattan DA's demand for Trump's tax returns

NEW YORK — President Donald Trump has successfully stalled Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance’s demand for his tax returns for more than a year thanks to a Tuesday ruling by the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. The one-page order from the Appeals Court scheduled a hearing for Sept. 25. In the meantime, Vance’s demand for eight years of returns from Trump’s longtime accounting firm, Mazars, remains on pause. Trump sued over Vance’s subpoena on Sept. 19 of last year. The three-judge panel signaled its openness to Trump’s stall tactics during a brief hearing on whether to extend the stay on Vance’s ...


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