President Trump’s financial documents will remain blocked for now, the Supreme Court ruled this morning, sending a controversial case back down to the lower court for further review.
The House had argued that it was seeking the President's financial records from Mazars USA, Deutsche Bank and Capital One for the purpose of investigating whether Congress should amend federal conflict-of-interest and financial disclosure laws, as well as laws regulating banks.
Deutsche Bank reacted to the decision in a statement:
“Deutsche Bank has demonstrated full respect for the US legal process and remained neutral throughout these proceedings. We will of course abide by a final decision by the courts," Daniel Hunter, Deutsche Bank spokesperson, said.