The House Oversight and Reform Committee has reportedly moved to subpoena President Trump’s financial records.
Chairman Elijah Cummings plans to issue the subpoena on Monday. The subpoena will seek to disclose 10 years of President Donald Trump’s financial records from accounting firm Mazars USA.
It will also request all records prepared by Mazars that relate to the president, his revocable trust, and the Trump Organization, among other Trump subsidiaries. The committee will also demand that Mazars turn over all communications between Trump and Donald Bender, who is a partner at Mazars.
The full committee will not hold a vote on the issue because of the two-week congressional recess that is scheduled to be begin on Monday. Cummings say he will give a 48-hour notice to the leader of the Republican side of the committee in lieu of the vote.