Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., announced Friday he intends to issue a subpoena for 10 years of President Trump's financial records.
According to a memo the House Oversight and Reform Committee chairman shared with the panel on Friday, he will issue a subpoena to accounting firm Mazars USA for all records the accounting firm has concerning Trump, his revocable trust, the Trump Organization, and other Trump interests. The subpoena also requests the accounting firm provide communications between one of their partners and Trump.
In February, Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen testified before the panel and said Trump exaggerated his assets in financial statements to deceive lenders and investors. Cohen, who is set to serve a three-year sentence for campaign finance crimes and lying to Congress, shared copies of several financial statements from Trump.