In a recent article from The Washington Post, Leader of the firm's Political Law Group, Christopher DeLacy, commented on the renewed attention on President Trump's tax returns and financial records. After House Democrats announced a formal impeachment inquiry this week, many believed the inquiry would give the party leverage in their fight to have Mr. Trump's financial documents released. However, this may not be true.
"It’s upped the ante and increased the public focus on what the House is up to, but the underlining inquiries are still proceeding as they have," commented Mr. DeLacy. "It probably won’t change the mechanics about how a subpoena would be issued and dealt with by the courts."
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