A spokesperson for New York City District Attorney Cy Vance told NBC News Thursday morning that FORMER President Trump’s accounting firm, Mazars USA, have finally turned over his tax returns.
Vance sought the records as part of an expansive probe into Trump and his real-estate empire. The former president first sought to block the subpoena due to his office, and when that failed tried to block it for being excessive.
The nation’s highest court rejected the former argument, and dispensed with the latter without a hearing.
Though the DA’s office now has the records, grand jury secrecy rules mean it’s possible the public will never see them.