Advocates of the US President  Donald Trump professed the demands of the Congress as unconstitutional for his tax returns, claiming a federal judge to impede a House Oversight Committee summon for years of his economic statements.

In 24-page documentation, the legal team of the US President questioned the DC court to prevent a committee subpoena to the accounting enterprise, Mazars USA, claiming the demand of the panel “lacks a legitimate legislative purpose ”. Even if there were anyone, the lawyer of the US President argued about the newly elected Democratic-led House exceeded its authority by passing a campaign finance and ethics bill as its first legislation in January that President to make public 10 years of tax returns.

The attorney of the US President wrote, “ H.R. 1 and any similar proposal to regulate the President’s finances would be unconstitutional. Congress cannot interfere with the Executive’s execution of his duties or add qualifications for President”, directed by William S. Consovoy of Arlington, Va.

The lawyers of the US President contended that the US President’s personal past dealings are quite irrelevant to the duties of the legislative branch.

Trump is tussling with Congress and others on multiple fonts to block his private financial information from bringing published to the public.

The New York State Senate passed ordinance for allowing state tax returns of the US President  to be revolved to congressional committees, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi contended that new disclosures by the media about tax filings of the US President  from 1985 to 1994 should force the administration to pull back its objections to release the returns since 2013.

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