The two rulings Thursday from the U.S. Supreme Court confronting the secrecy of President Donald Trump’s financial records offered a defining road map for congressional oversight and fresh precedent declaring the president of the United States not beyond the reach of a state grand jury.

New York prosecutors can obtain Trump’s personal financial records, as the president is not immune, but Trump has a new opportunity to make legal arguments challenging the merits of a grand jury subpoena.

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