According to her, the federal court plans to hear the objections of Trump’s lawyers against the transfer of his declarations to the US legislature on November 8. No important decisions on the case are expected until then.
Earlier, the US Department of Justice, which also performs the Prosecutor General’s Office functions, decided to transfer the Republican’s tax returns to the Committee on Income and Expenses of the House of Representatives of Congress. Trump’s lawyer, Ronald Fischetti, objected because “there is no evidence of any violations in the case.”
Trump has refused to publish his tax returns under various pretexts, although his political opponents have demanded that he do so since the 2016 presidential race. The regulatory authorities conduct inspections of the activities of the companies owned by him. According to the ex-president, in this regard, it is undesirable to publish information about tax deductions.