In a ruling Monday morning, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit denied President Donald Trump’s request for a preliminary injunction protecting him from a grand jury subpoena for his tax returns.
The court in an opinion written by Chief Judge Robert Katzmann rejected the notion that the president is immune from all state criminal processes.
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