Trump Gets Break As SCOTUS Delays Oral Arguments

NBC News reports:

The Supreme Court said Monday that it will delay oral arguments in light of the coronavirus outbreak. That means the justices will not be in the courtroom when they were to resume hearing oral arguments next week.

Among the high-profile cases on the schedule was the March 31 argument on President Donald Trump’s efforts to shield his tax returns and other financial documents from Congress and a New York prosecutor.

The justices will conduct their regular closed-door conference Friday, but the court said some of them may participate by phone. The court’s announcement Monday did not say when courtroom arguments would resume.