House reduces Deutsche Bank subpoena following Supreme Court ruling


The House and others are expected to tell the Second Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday how they hope the Supreme Court case will affect the subpoena, which Trump has brought to block.The court had suggested that the parties consider negotiating “with a view to restricting the scope of subpoenas”, due to the Supreme Court’s recognition that the impasses between the executive branch and Congress had been resolved through negotiations. for 250 years.

Deutsche Bank said on Wednesday it was not taking a position on what the court should do. Capitol One, who has also been subpoenaed by the House on financial matters involving Trump, also said he was not taking a position. The court is also awaiting responses from the House and Trump’s legal team.

In a note to members of the House Intelligence Committee, President Adam Schiff wrote that the committee was reducing its subpoena by limiting the accounts covered to members of the Trump family and the Trump organization, limiting the time period covered by subpoena from 2015 instead of 2010 and limiting the demand for account statements.

“Although not required by the opinion of the Supreme Court, the Committee will voluntarily limit its assignment to those cases which are absolutely necessary to meet the investigative needs of the Committee and to fulfill the legitimate oversight and legislative objectives of the Committee. The California Democrat wrote.


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