The Supreme Court’s decision to allow a New York prosecutor to review President Trump’s personal financial records breathes new life into a year-long investigation concerning a payment made by Michael Cohen, the president’s former personal attorney, to a former adult-film star who claimed she had an affair with Mr. Trump.
The 7-2 decision Thursday, written by Chief Justice John Roberts, allows Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. to enforce a subpoena sent last year to Mr. Trump’s accounting firm for his tax returns…
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