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President Trump has asked the Supreme Court to shield his financial records from the Democratic-led House Oversight and Reform Committee, in the latest case to bring questions over separation of powers to the justices.

The case marks the second time Trump has appealed to the high court to prevent the disclosure of financial documents and sets the stage for a potentially groundbreaking ruling on the extent of congressional oversight authority and presidential power.

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Trump and his lawyers had a Thursday deadline to file their petition.

Last month the Supreme Court agreed to put a temporary block on  the House committee’s subpoena for Trump’s financial records, as they consider whether to take up his appeal.

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