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Supreme Court says Manhattan prosecutor may pursue Trump’s financial records

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In key rulings on President Trump's financial records and tax returns, the Supreme Court declared New York's chief prosecutor can see them – but not Congress for now. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports for TODAY from the White House.