Checks and balances are cool unless there is a Republican in the White House

The courts take notice that Congress has the power to check on the executive branch of government. How about that?

Finally. Not one, but two federal courts have ruled that Trump’s accounting firms and banks must honor a subpoena from Congress for Trump’s financial records. In one court, the judge ruled in favor of Congress without providing a stay upon appeal. In another case, the judge ruled in favor of Congress, but with a one-week deadline for appeal. Of course, Trump is hoping for a delay long…