Supreme Court denies Trump emergency appeal in Mar-a-Lago documents case. Trump, who has fought the Department of Justice's review of those documents since August in court as well as on the campaign trail, had asked the Supreme Court to allow an independent arbiter, or special master, to review about 100 classified documents. Source 8f.
House Jan. 6 committee subpoenas former President Donald Trump, setting up potential court battle in probe of 2021 attack on the Capitol. The extraordinary move comes after the committee, over a series of hearings this year, has laid responsibility for the insurrection at Trump's feet. Source 6b.
Trump asks Supreme Court to intervene in dispute with House panel over access to his tax returns. Trump has been locked in a long-running legal battle with the House Ways & Means Committee over access to years worth of his tax returns. Trump's request came to the nation's highest court days after the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit declined to reconsider an August ruling by a three-judge panel that unanimously sided with the House committee in the dispute. Source 1x.
Supreme Court grants Trump a temporary hold in dispute over giving tax returns to Congress. Chief Justice John Roberts on Tuesday granted Donald Trump a temporary hold in his fight over releasing his tax returns to a House panel. Trump on Monday had asked the Supreme Court to intervene in the case after a federal appeals court declined to reverse a ruling by three judges who sided with the Ways & Means Committee over access to years' worth of his tax returns. Source 4z.
Donald Trump will run for president in 2024, according to paperwork filed with federal officials. Minutes before his scheduled 9 p.m. Announcement from Mar-a-Lago, Former President Donald J. Trump filed a paperwork with the Federal Election Commission saying he was running for president in 2024 and setting up a fundraising account. Source 6e.
Appeals court overturns special master review of records seized at Trump's Mar-a-Lago, clearing investigators to use documents. A federal appeals panel overturned the order creating a third-party special master to review 11,000 documents seized at Mar-a-Lago, clearing investigators to use the records in the criminal investigation of former President Donald Trump. Source 6p.