A Manhattan judge on Wednesday ruled against President Trump in allowing a House subpoena of his financial records from four banks to proceed. The House Financial Services and Intelligence committees subpoenaed Capital One and Deutsche Bank in April, and Trump, his businesses, and family quickly sued to block it. While the judge acknowledged Wednesday that Congress' subpoenas were broad, he said they were "clearly pertinent" to the committees' work. This is the second subpoena victory Democrats have scored this week, with a judge in Washington, D.C., ruling Tuesday that Trump could not block a subpoena of his accounting firm for other financial records. Trump's lawyers appealed the Tuesday decision and will likely appeal Wednesday's as well. Deutsche Bank has said it "would comply with whatever the court ultimately decided."

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