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Federal judge rules that must comply with the banks, subpoenas for the trump’s financial records

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A Federal judge in New York ruled on Wednesday that two banks must comply with the business with President Trump to try the Congress-subpoenas, access to its financial records.

The House Financial Services and Intelligence committees have applied for, the documents of the Deutsche Bank and Capital One, according to possible “foreign influence in the American political process.”

“We remain committed to appropriate information to all authorized investigations and to hold us by court order in relation to such investigations,” Deutsche Bank said in a statement to Fox News after the decision.

TRUMP IS SUING CAPITAL ONE, DEUTSCHE BANK, TO HOLD THAT THE FULFILMENT OF THE DUTY TO TESTIFY

In this may 16, 2019, file photo, President Donald Trump speaks in the rose garden of the White house in Washington. A judge is ready to hear oral arguments Wednesday, may 22, 2019, through Trump, the efforts to block congressional subpoenas for financial records from two banks. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, file)

After an hour of oral arguments, U.S. district judge Edgardo Ramos of the subpoenas is ruled to have “a legitimate legislative purpose,” and ruled that Trump was unlikely to rule in a fight in a law, to crackdown on the requests.

Trump’s lawyers had asked the judge to temporarily block Congress from access to the records. You said it was a “safe bet”, you would have the right of appeal.

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“The Congress, a subpoena may issue to any question, at any time, for any reason, to be able to every person, and there is basically nothing a Federal court can do about it,” Trump’s lawyers said.

The decision comes two days after another Federal judge in Washington upheld a congressional subpoena financial documents from the year 2011, Trump auditing firm Mazars, USA. It is also a day after Trump comes blocked former White House lawyer, Don McGhan appear before the House Judiciary Committee.

In this March 28, 2012, file photo, Amit Mehta, the lawyer of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, will be speaking in the Bronx state Supreme Court in New York. Judge Amit Mehta decided on Monday, may 20, 2019, that President Donald Trump can’t block the house subpoena of financial records. (Stan Honda/Pool photo via AP, file)

THE WANTS TO ARRESTED THE TRUMP OFFICIALS, NOT TURN OVER TAX RETURNS

Lawyers for the financial services and the House Intelligence Committee, said Trump ‘ s to block efforts, the subpoenas were listening to “simply inconsistent with nearly a century of Supreme Court precedent,” according to a template prior to Wednesday.

Some congressional Republicans have the subpoenas of the abuse of authority and blasted the Trump-focused studies.

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, the ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, referred to the investigation of the Mazars United States, “an unprecedented abuse of the Committee subpoena authority to the target group and the private financial information of the President of the United States.”

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Trump has to say, the Problem of his tax return.

State legislators in New York approved a measure Wednesday to those documents available to congressional committees.

Fox News’ Lissa Kaplan, Gregg Re, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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