They’ll never get the records before the election but good for them anyway:
House Democrats have renewed their push to obtain President Trump’s financial records after the Supreme Court ruled against them last week but allowed them to resubmit the case to a lower court.
Douglas Letter, the House’s top attorney, wrote to the Supreme Court Monday evening, requesting that it effectuate its July 9 ruling.
Supreme Court rulings usually don’t take effect right away and House Democrats can’t refile in lower court until it does. The court’s ruling is slated to take effect in August, but Letter argued that this was too long to wait.