It’s time for Trump to understand that no one is above the law

Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance’s examiners will present Trump’s bookkeeping firm, Mazars, with an enforceable grand jury subpoena for a long time of the scoundrel’s tax returns and different records on Thursday. A grand jury is supposedly taking a gander at culpability beyond Trump’s illicit quiet cash installments to a pornography star and Playboy close companion. The shrouded budgetary records are critical to the case.

Trump attempted to upset equity by suing, asserting presidents have cover insusceptibility. He lost under the watchful eye of Manhattan Federal Judge Victor Marrero, lost again on appeal and lost a third time at the U.S. Supreme Court. President’s legal advisors tossed a few appeals, none of which worked. Marrero obediently dismantled all the cases in a 103-pages administering passed on Thursday. Friday, Marrero said that he would not stop his request. Which implies that Trump can claim, yet except if legitimate lightning strikes and offers judges step in, it’s just as simple as that.