According to CNBC local time on February 25, former U.S. President Trump’s tax records have been handed over to Manhattan District Attorney Vance.
Previously, Trump had refused to submit tax records, and the Supreme Court rejected Trump’s request to refuse to submit tax records on the 22nd local time.
Vance’s spokesman Frost confirmed that after the Supreme Court rejected Trump’s appeal on the 22nd
Trump’s accounting firm received a subpoena to enforce the submission of Trump’s tax documents a few hours later.
The subpoena requires Trump’s personal and corporate records since 2011, including his tax return.
Trump said in a statement on the 22nd that Vance’s move was “phishing law enforcement” and promised to “continue to fight”.