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The US Supreme Court said on Friday that it would hold hearings at the request of US President Donald Trump to keep his tax, banking and financial data secret, The Guardian reported.

The court is expected to make a decision in June amid Trump’s attempt to re-run for a second term.

According to the source, this issue has caused serious disagreement between the president and Congress and may affect the 2020 presidential election.

Trump's petition concerns the confidentiality of his financial and banking information from the three committees of the House of Representatives and the judge of the Manhattan County Cyrus Vance.

The court will also decide whether the Manhattan court has the right to have Donald Trump's tax return for eight years in the criminal case.

The hearing will begin in late March. The summons in this case will be sent separately from the summons as part of the impeachment procedure.

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