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UNHAPPY RETURNS – While President Trump no doubt is focused on the impeachment drama over the whistleblower complaint and the alleged coverup of his call to the Ukrainian president, the cases involving his tax returns continue to barrel ahead. Jane Wester reports that Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr., while agreeing to a brief delay in a case in New York’s Southern District, will seek to enforce as early as 1 p.m. Monday a grand jury subpoena sent to the president’s accounting firm for his tax returns. Meanwhile, Dan M. Clark reports on a jurisdictional battle in a separate D.C. case in which Trump is challenging a New York state law that would allow Congress to obtain copies of his state tax returns.

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