The Supreme Court rules against the mystery corporation from “Country A” fighting a subpoena in the Mueller investigation.
This is a one-two-three punch for Donald Trump. First, defense lawyers for Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort accidentally revealed in court filings that Special Counsel Robert Mueller thinks he lied to them about sharing 2016 presidential campaign polling data with Russian operative Konstantin Kilimnik.
Then, Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Kremlin-linked lawyer at the center of the Trump Tower meeting with charged in a separate case.
Now SCOTUS left in place a lower court order that requires an unnamed foreign-owned company to comply with a subpoena and dissolved a temporary stay that had been put in place by Chief Justice John Roberts.
The SCOTUS ruling did not give a reason for the decision nor did it list any dissents.