Trump’s Lawyers, House Committees Reach Agreement to Delay Enforcing Subpoenas

Dec 2014
The Milky Way
The matter is too important to leave in the hands of a District Court judge.

President Donald Trump reached an agreement with two House committees to delay the enforcement of subpoenas seeking his financial records from two banks.
In a joint court filing (pdf) on May 25, attorneys for President Donald Trump and the House Intelligence and Financial Services committees asked a federal court judge to put on hold the court proceedings, pending the outcome of an appeal case.
“The parties jointly ask this Court to stay further proceedings in this case until Plaintiff’s interlocutory appeal from the denial of their motion for a preliminary injunction is resolved,” the joint filing states.
The document further reads that “the parties have reached an agreement regarding compliance with and enforcement of the subpoenas during the pendency of Plaintiffs’ appeal.”
On May 22, District Judge Edgardo Ramos, who was appointed by President Barack Obama, refused to block the subpoenas served to the two banks requiring them to hand to Congress the president’s banking and financial records, including “records of every single checking withdrawal, credit-card swipe, or debit-card purchase—no matter how trivial or small—made by each and every member of the Trump family,” a lawsuit filed by the Trump family stated.

Trump's Lawyers, House Committees Reach Agreement to Delay Enforcing Subpoenas
May 2012
By the wall
Wow, the democrats have completely lost it at this point.

So they want a record of every purchase made by anyone in the Trump family at Walmart?

My God.