This is perhaps the most closely monitored Supreme Court decision of this session, and it has huge ramifications for the separation of powers and for American voters to make a fully informed decision in the November presidential election.
But Trump has a clear public and legislative interest to find out if he is hiding trade deals with the Russians; this may explain Vladimir Putin’s strange but persistent reluctance to face open issues of US national interests.
“This smells like trying to mislead the public,” CNN national security analyst Susan Hennessey said about the management’s push back. “It is common for different intelligence agencies to add different degrees of trust based on the underlying intelligence, which is not the same as having a dispute over whether something is happening.”
The American people deserve to know the truth about Trump and Russia. And we have to follow the money to find the truth. The Supreme Court could soon decide whether the American people would win truth or partisan politics before going to the polls this November.