The US Supreme Court has ruled that Donald Trump must hand over his final records to a New York prosecutor investigating him, a judgement effectively establishing that a sitting president is not above the law, while also deciding that he does not have to extend the same courtesy to the House of Representatives in response to a congressional subpoena.
When responding to the ruling later on Thursday, though, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany insisted the high court did not rule against Mr Trump in the judgement because the case is being thrown back to lower courts.
This comes as Mr Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen has been ordered back to prison after he broke his house arrest by visiting a New York City restaurant this week. Mr Cohen was released to his home to serve the remainder of his sentence due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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